Critical security flaw found in Internet Explorer

NOW: Critical security flaw found in Internet Explorer

(CBS 58) – A critical security flaw that allows hackers to access your data even when you’re not using Internet Explorer has been found, according to Forbes.

Hackers can tap into a file extension that allows them to conduct remote reconnaissance. According to Forbes, the browser is installed on more than one billion computers. Microsoft says a fix will be considered for future versions of the product.

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