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Microsoft Defends Against WannaCry Ransomware

Due to the severity of the ransomware threat, Microsoft has decided to extend protection to discontinued systems

The WannaCry Ransomware has taken the world by storm, and Microsoft has decided it is in its best interest to protect all computers – even those using obsolete software such as Windows XP for which security updates are no longer available.

Go to the Microsoft Website and download the appropriate patch from the Further Resources section near the bottom of the article.

Jack Eisenberg is the owner of Safe and Secure Computing and regularly monitors cyber security developments such as this one.