Just a warning that all versions of Internet Explorer are unsafe to use at present.
Security can be compromised, and your passwords, etc, can be harvested.
Microsoft are working on an update which they reckon will be released in a day or so.
In the meantime, use another browser. I recommend Firefox: http://www.GetFirefox.com
Cheers, Eric G.
Thanks for the tip, I use mypage, which is a yahoo, link is on my profile.
Thanks. I am receiving Mysterious Messages while using IE7. I just made an online Bank Transaction. I hope my Password and other details did not get hacked.
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