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January 13, 2005

C I Host's Faulkner Discusses Internet Explorer Flaw

Experts have classified the flaw found in Internet Explorer "extremely critical," the highest rating given.

What: Experts have classified the flaw found in Internet Explorer "extremely critical," the highest rating given. The malicious code enables hackers to place and execute programs, unknown to the user, and doesn't require user interaction. Users are vulnerable by simply visiting a site.

Who: Industry expert Christopher Faulkner is prepared to discuss the Explorer flaw, security measures, what users should be aware of and how they can protect themselves. Faulkner is CEO and founder of C I Host, the largest privately held Web hosting firm, serving 215,000 clients in 190 countries.

Where: C I Host is centrally located and accessible to both coasts via the DFW Airport, just a few miles away. Faulkner is available for in-studio interviews given advance notice.

When: January 13, 2005. C I Host is on Central time, but Faulkner is prepared to work around the schedules of media producers, assignments editors and writers.

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