Microsoft tries to prevent new WannaCry-style malware attacks before they appear. The software giant has released an update for the vulnerability of Remote Desktop Services (or Terminal Services) that allowed malware to spread from a computer to a computer without the need for user input.
Vulnerability of Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and other versions of the platform. Interestingly, Micreosoft does not want to take any risks and to protect against new vulnerabilities, even Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, which have not been supported by the company for a long time.
The company said there was no abuse of the vulnerability mentioned before the patches were published, but there was a good chance that the hackers would use the security barrier that had appeared. Some systems with network level authentication include partial defense because personal log data is required before vulnerability can be exploited.
Wanna Cry has had a devastating effect on PC devices around the world in the past and it's clear why Microsoft has decided to include older versions of the operating system to support security, which no longer receives regular security protection from the company .
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