Microsoft warns 1 million computers still vulnerable to security exploit

Microsoft warns 1 million computers still vulnerable to security exploit

Microsoft has warned that nearly one million computers globally are still at risk of malware attack similar to WannaCry from 2017 which caused billions of dollars in damage. The company recently discovered ’wormable’ vulnerability in Remote Desktop Services for Windows that can automatically spread. The company has issued its second advisory, to prevent the ’BlueKeep’ malware attack.

Simone
Simone
Barra Cudda
Barra Cudda 1 year

Yes. Running windows is the major security exploit. Followed by the rest of Microsoft.

Mike Clark
Mike Clark 1 year

When I build computers I always us Linux. It's a shame it's not more popular. It really isn't that hard to use

Rocky LeBlanc
Rocky LeBlanc 1 year

This is just stupid. ANY system programmed by humans is vulnerable. We as humans have never, in all the history of programming, written a program that was flawless and without bugs and protection concerns. It is foolish to think that you are ever safe when using any internet connected device.

Naidu VGA
Naidu VGA 1 year

and what is this supposed to be, a new thing to become news

Danny
Danny 1 year

Security exploits are about the only thing that work on Windows.

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