Because of security concerns Finland warns against using IE 6.0

Friday, 26 November 2004, 8:23 AM EST

Finnish authorities have warned computer users against using Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6.0 as it has a "serious" security flaw that compromises computer systems.

"It's a serious security problem, as all machines running Internet Explorer Six are vulnerable to this exploitation," Arsi Heinonen, information security advisor at the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority, part of the Ministry of Communications, said.

At The Age.

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