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How to fix Internet Explorer and a reminder about passwords

Tuesday, May 6, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Beth Warrington
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On May 1, Microsoft issued a fix to the security flaw that was detected in Internet Explorer. The fix updates all users of Windows operating systems who have automatic updates enabled. However, if you do not have automatic updates turned on, you may download the fix here.

This latest flaw in Internet Explorer and also the Heartbleed bug reminds us that it's a idea to change your passwords often and to not use the same password for each account. There are good password management systems like 1Password (, Dashlane (, and Last Pass (, which will generate passwords for you, with you only having to remember one password.