mardi 13 juin 2017

Microsoft includes Windows XP and Vista in June's Patch Tuesday updates

Last month Microsoft made the decision to issue a "highly unusual" patch for Windows XP. Despite the fact the operating system has not been supported for some time, the patch was released in an attempt to thwart the WannaCrypt ransomware attacks. Now, in an even more unusual move, Microsoft has chosen to include Windows XP in this month's Patch Tuesday. Windows Vista is also included in this batch of security updates which Microsoft says should address the "elevated risk of cyberattacks by government organizations." Windows XP has not been supported since 2014, with regular Vista support coming to an end… [Continue Reading]

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