If you are still need help assistance with the IE issue from the last week then you might want to read:
You might have heard in the news about a vulnerability in Internet Explorer versions 5, 6, and 7 that allows hackers to gain access to your computer and data if you go to certain websites. This problem, officially known as “Pointer Reference Memory Corruption Vulnerability,” is a way for hackers to craft web pages that enable them to run code or programs on your computer. This creates a risk to your privacy and the security of any information you have on your computer.
The good news is that there is a fix. The official name is the Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-078, but here’s how to get the fix without wading through a sea of technical documentation.
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