The US National Security Agency (NSA) has warned Microsoft Windows users to make sure they are using updated systems to guard against cyber-attacks.
US officials and Microsoft executives say older versions of the programs may be vulnerable to malware. In the advisory, NSA officials said a flaw known as “BlueKeep” exists in past editions of Microsoft Windows.
“All customers on affected operating systems [Windows 7 and earlier] should update as soon as possible,” said Microsoft.
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