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Internet Explorer Hacker Problem

Has the hacker problem with IE been solved and is it safe to go back to IE as my browser? I don't want to go through the process of fixing it myself. I'll stay with Mozilla Firefox until Microsoft resolves it.

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Hi there

micorsoft have issued a ptch for this ;ast week when they found out they had been a problem ,unless you do and ie update you wont be coverd ,

never use ie personally - fire fox being my prefeered browser each like there own .


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try to reset the settings of your internet explorer, click on tools > internet options > advanced > then at the bottom click reset...

Hope this will work... Please rate...

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How do you remove or uninstall Firefox when a hacker is using the browser to get to your computer? Please he won't let me uninstall it from the add/remove programs list, it's making my comp go slowly

Disconnect your Internet connection first. If you're using wireless, turn off your wireless connection. If you're using wired, disconnect the wire first. If your computer is not connected to the Internet, no hacker can access it.

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Data execution

DEP (data execution prevention) attempts to separate "data" (such as the text of a webpage) from "instructions" ("move the string 'abc' to locations '12345/12346/12347'"), to prevent computer-hackers from introducing "data" (downloaded from a maliciously-constructed web-page) into an area marked as "instructions". The "threat" here is that the "data" will actually be "instructions" of the hacker's choosing, thus giving the hacker a chance to run instructions to completely "take-over" control of your computer.

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Google - Rahul the Hacker : Thanks for the Suggestion... Ur suggestion helps me to change the homepage of my own as earlier i was gettng the Loverhassal as default page... But Problem has not rectified...

to solve it do this 3 steps

  1. Start \ Run \Regedit
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About rahul the hacker

This is a redirecting website.
what you need to do, is go into your control panel.
start, settings, control panel.
Click on internet options,
Under the general tab
you should have that website there.
Just delete what is in there and type the homepage you want in there.
Then select the apply tab and ok.
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Internet Explorer Hacker Problem

Hi dparkerfan77,

Welcome to Fixya!

First, where did you get the news from?

Importantly, we need to do frequent Windows Update to update Windows XP/Vista regularly.

Similarly, our software ( IE / Firefox/ Opera / etc...) needs to be updated too.

Lastly, I presume you have good antivirus protecting your PC.

With all these in mind, we can be better protected against foreign attacks.

When your PC is updated and protected, you are free to choose Firefox / IE, as per your preference.

Hope this answers your query.

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  5. then save the file as EXPLORER1.EXE
  6. then go to reg edit
  8. Edit the shell, Explorer to Explorer1.exe
  9. restart the windows

congrulation you changed it sucessfully

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try to repair iexplorer or donload mozilla firefox it is same like internet explorer.

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