Microsoft Warn of Security flaw in Windows 10

The Cyber Directorate issued a warning to the public about the breach, and recommended that users install a recent security update

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The Israel National Cyber Directorate yesterday (Tuesday) issued a warning to the public, after software giant Microsoft announced a security flaw in several of its operating systems, including Windows 10. The Server 2016  & 2019 and Server Core operating systems were also affected.

Microsoft says there are no known cases of the breach being used to compromise computers so far, but the Cyber Directorate estimates such attacks could be imminent. The current breach is seen as especially severe, and the Cyber Directorate recommended that users install the latest Microsoft security update as soon as possible.

 

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