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Hackers have exploited a flaw in the widely popular Internet Explorer browser that allowed them to target the computers of nuclear researchers within the United States.
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If you have a comms corporation that run by people with names like ,sax/issacs/gold/bla um/you just know that you are and your information is /are unsafe !
NSA stupidity at its best.My son who is 6 knows that IE is a piece of garbage and knows not to use that browser but yet my nations so called experts are dumb enough to trust any microsoft product ? I wonder how much tax payer dollars this will cost us.Theyll probably end up on hold forever with East India tech support.
2013 still using IE
Go CHINA !!
Fvck those zionist loving burger eating americunt terrorists :)
Internet Explorer IS a virus.
It's probably the Chinese.
The U. S. does the same thing to them.,
and to Iran.
Internet Exploder more like it! Firefox all the way Thank You Mozilla!
Still better than using AOL. AOL, the internet on training wheels.
MS and IE8, more like politicians than geeks and scientists.
See Terminator 3
Terminator 4 :
"Early in the 21st century, Skynet, a military defense program, became self-aware. Viewing humanity as a threat to its existence, Skynet decided to strike first. The survivors of the nuclear fire called the event Judgment Day. They live only to face a new nightmare…The war against the machines. To hunt down and eradicate humans, Skynet built terminators.
As the war rages on, leaders of the human resistance grow desperate. Some believe he is a false prophet. His name is John Connor. The year is 2018."
Every thing is clear now : 1-20-2018 will be another 9-11-2001 with nuclear favor !
Why are people still using Internet Explorer? Get in the know and look for alternatives.
Why would they be using the most insecure browser in existence? Probably using MS operating system as well.
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