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Penn state urges students to dump Internet Explorer

Penn State is telling 80,000 plus students that they should stop using Microsoft Internet Explorer, and replace it with an alternate.

Earlier this week, Penn State issued and alert to its students and staff recommending that they switch from Internet Explorer to another browser. This advice is “because the threats are real and alternatives exist to mitigate Web browser vulnerabilities” according to a statement from the university’s IT department.

Source: Information Week – Penn State Tells 80,000 Students To Chuck IE

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