Two-thirds of London's councils run unsupported server software

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Two-thirds of London's councils run unsupported server software

Big question marks over security at councils across London

Two-thirds of London councils are running out-of-date server software, which is no longer supported, leaving the organisations vulnerable to exploits due to a lack of patching. That is the claim of...

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