Software giant Microsoft Corp. is encouraging school districts and other customers to install a patch for a newly discovered security hole in several versions of its Internet Explorer (IE) web browser.

The company warned its customers that IE has a flaw that could allow attackers to run programs on another user's computer. The glitch reportedly causes IE to open specially coded attachments in eMail messages automatically, Microsoft said March 29.


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