US warns of Internet Explorer security hole

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April 28, 2014 12:48:07 PM PDT
There's a new warning for people who use Microsoft's Internet Explorer.

The U.S. Government is urging people to stop using the web browser until a security hole is fixed.

The bug allows hackers to get in your system and guide you to a fake website.

Once you are there, all of your personal information could be poached.

Microsoft says there's no fix yet but it is working on one.