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Running An Older Version Of Windows? Update It Immedately--Here's Why

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Running An Older Version Of Windows? Update It Immedately--Here's Why

Running An Older Version Of Windows? Update It Immedately--Here's Why

Digital Trends reports that users of older versions of Windows should update the system as soon as possible.

That's because Microsoft has warned about a critical security issue called BlueKeep which makes older Windows machines vulnerable to malware.

It's of particular concern because the vulnerability is “wormable,” meaning that if a computer is infected, it can pass on the malware to other computers.

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