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The NSA found a 'severe' security flaw with Microsoft Windows 10, and it's urging all users to do a software update immediately

Business Insider Tuesday, 14 January 2020
The NSA found a 'severe' security flaw with Microsoft Windows 10, and it's urging all users to do a software update immediately· The National Security Agency has detected a "severe" security flaw in the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system, the agency announced Tuesday.
· Microsoft acknowledged the flaw and rolled out a security update Tuesday afternoon.
· The flaw hasn't been actively exploited, as far as Microsoft can tell, but all Windows users...
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News video: NSA Finds Major Security Flaw In Windows 10, Free Fix Issued

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Allen Martin reports on the National Security Agency warning Windows 10 users to install critical security patch (1-14-2020)

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