NHS Scotland Running Windows XP on 6,500 PCs, 1,500 of Them Infected by WannaCry

Friday, 19 May 2017  (4 days ago)
The WannaCry ransomware outburst that started last week compromised a total of 1,500 Windows XP computers at NHS Scotland, Health Secretary Shona Robison revealed, adding that the organization still has some 6,500 PCs running the unsupported operating system. Speaking about the outcome of the WannaCry attack, Robison explained...

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