A serious security flaw has been found in Internet Explorer. According to CBC, PCWorld, CNET, and a variety of other websites, this flaw "could let hackers take over your computer" (CBC). "The U.S. and UK governments on Monday advised computer users to consider using alternatives to Microsoft Corp's Internet Explorer browser until the company fixes a security flaw that hackers used to launch attacks." (Reuters) and while all versions of Internet Explorer are vulnerable, PCWorld warns that "Windows XP is especially vulnerable".
- DHS warns against using Internet Explorer until bug is patched
- U.S., UK advise avoiding Internet Explorer until bug fixed
- Internet Explorer security bug: How to stay safe
Moodle will be unavailable between 7 am and 8 am Mountain Time on Friday, May 2nd due to a hardware upgrade on the BC Campus network. NOTE: some of the library article databases will also be unavailable during this period.
Thank you for your patience.