Microsoft urges users to patch Windows systems vulnerable to BlueKeep attacks

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BlueKeep exploit attempts are increasing, warns Microsoft, and the worst is still to come

Microsoft has warned users to patch out-of-date Windows systems as a matter of urgency attacks after noticing a spike in BlueKeep exploit attempts. "Microsoft security signals showed an increase...

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