Internet Explorer bug: How you can stay safe
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It was recently learned that a vulnerability in Internet Explorer could let hackers take over your computer.
The bug has already been used by hackers to attack some U.S. financial firms, cyber-security software maker FireEye said on the weekend.
Worried about how the hole in Internet Explorer could be used against you? Learn some quick and simple steps that you can take right now to protect yourself by watching this video.
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