NSA Issues Warning to Patch Legacy Windows Systems Over ‘Wormable’ Threat

NextGov: The National Security Agency issued a cybersecurity advisory Wednesday urging Microsoft Windows users to patch a potentially devastating security flaw called known as BlueKeep.

The NSA advisory says despite public warnings and patches releases by developer Microsoft on May 14, “Potentially millions of machines are still vulnerable” to BlueKeep, with legacy platforms including Windows 7, Windows XP and Server 2003 and 2008 all affected.

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