Microsoft raises the alarm: "bug" risk for Windows 10

"Bug" risk for Windows 10 owners. Microsoft has launched the alarm, inviting users to immediately update the operating system due to two "critical vulnerabilities". Computers could be attacked by viruses and malicious software. "There are potentially hundreds of millions of computers at risk," Simon Pope, Microsoft's director of security, wrote in a blog. "It is important - he added - that infected systems are repaired as soon as possible. Useful information can be downloaded from the Microsoft Security Update Guide". Other operating systems, such as Windows XP, are not at risk. Windows 10 is the most widespread system in the world, with around 800 million users.


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August 14, 2019 "Bug" risk for Windows 10 owners. Microsoft has launched the alarm, inviting users to immediately update the operating system due to two "critical vulnerabilities". Computers could be attacked by viruses and malicious software.

"There are potentially hundreds of millions of computers at risk," Simon Pope, Microsoft's director of security, wrote in a blog. "It is important - he added - that infected systems be repaired as soon as possible.

Useful information can be downloaded from the Microsoft Security Update Guide. "Other operating systems, such as Windows XP, are not at risk. Windows 10 is the most widespread system in the world, with around 800 million users.
ref: rainews