Did unpatched Microsoft exploit lead to massive NHS ransomware attack?

Tom Wright
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Did unpatched Microsoft exploit lead to massive NHS ransomware attack?

Security reseller claims initial theories show hackers used vulnerability that Microsoft fixed through patch in March - but that the NHS may not have finished updating its systems

An unpatched vulnerability in the NHS' systems that Microsoft released a patch for in March may have been used to launch today's nationwide ransomware attack, a security VAR has told CRN. The NH...

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