Windows servers could have ‘critical’ security flaws – so patch now


The US government has warned that Windows servers could be carrying major security flaws that could put other nations around the globe at risk.

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), part of US Homeland Security, has issued an emergency directive that urges government agencies in the the country to update their systems with a “critical” Windows security patch.

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