Who’s Lying? UK Official Says Windows XP Running on 5% NHS PCs, Stats Claim 90%

Monday, 15 May 2017  (2 weeks ago)
The UK National Health Service (NHS) was one of the organizations compromised by WannaCry just before the weekend, with the ransomware said to infect a number of PCs running an unnamed version of Windows. But given that Microsoft itself claimed up-to-date supported versions of Windows were fully protected against WannaCry...

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