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Australian Cyber Security Center alert

The Australian Cber Security Center is making people aware of the widespread abuse of a security vulnerability (called BlueKeep) that affects older versions of Windows operating systems including Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows XP, Server 2003 and Server 2008. 

Hackers can use the BlueKeep vulnerability to access computers and devices that don't have the latest software updates. 

Once a device is affected, BlueKeep can spread malware to other computers or devices on the same network - including devices which have access to a remote desktop environment if you have a business that uses this. Any organisation or business that relies on the older Microsoft systems is at risk. 

How do you stay safe?

The Money Edge | Bundaberg 

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