Researchers are warning that the unpatched security vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Explorer affects more versions of the browser than previously thought, and that steps users must take to prevent exploitation are harder than first published.Using a new version of Internet Explorer? Doesn't matter.
Using a very old version of Internet Explorer? Doesn't matter.
Using Vista's User Account Control (UAC) protection feature? Doesn't matter.
Set Internet Security to "High" and disable active scripting? Doesn't matter.
Change to a different browser? Yeah, that would work.
Sitemeter tells me that 40% of you are still hooked on IE. I only nag because I care.