Microsoft try to prevent new malware attacks in WannaCry style before they appear. The software giant has released an update on Remote Desktop Services (or Final Services) which could enable malware to spread from computer to computer without requiring user input.
Vulnerability Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, and other versions of the platform. Interestingly, Micreosoft does not want to take risks and to support protection against new weaknesses, there were even Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 that have not been supported by the company for some time.
The company said there had been no abuse of the vulnerability mentioned before the nappies were announced, but that there was a high probability that the hackers would use the security barrier that appeared. Some systems with Level Network Validation include partial protection, as personal log information is required before vulnerability can be exploited.
In the past Wanna Cry has had a devastating impact on PC devices worldwide and it is clear why Microsoft has decided to include older versions of its operating system to support defense, which no longer receives regular security protection. by the company.
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