Those of you who are still running Windows 7 or earlier need to install critical patches that fix a recently-discovered security bug on older versions of Windows.
Earlier in May, Microsoft disclosed to its users that a serious security vulnerability—dubbed “BlueKeep”—was found on Windows 7 and other previous versions. BlueKeep could potentially grant hackers full remote access to someone’s PC through Windows’ Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) by using code that exploits the vulnerability (also known as a “worm”). Such worms have recently begun to appear online, which you can see an example of in the video below.
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