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Microsoft’s Security Glitch
Microsoft’s Security Glitch

Computer users were alerted to the “Heartbleed” security flaw that affected 66% of websites worldwide earlier in the month…now there’s a NEW worry.

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has a security flaw that could allow your computer to be taken over by hackers.

Experts from Mashable recommend you use another browser (like Google Chrome or Firefox) until the glitch is fixed.

As if we didn’t have ENOUGH to worry about!

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