Microsoft announced Sunday that there is a flaw in Internet Explorer that could allow hackers information to millions of web users, specifically users who are still operating under Windows XP.

Time Magazine has reported that versions 6 to 11 of Internet Explorer are at risk for releasing data to data thieves at the same level as the actual user.

A spokesperson from Internet security firm Symantec Corp. said, "XP users are not safe anymore, and this is the first vulnerability that will be not patched for their system."

So just what should you do to protect your computer and personal information? Click here to find out what Microsoft suggests.