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What you need to know about the Microsoft Windows 10 patch

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Microsoft has released a patch for a Windows 10 vulnerability that could expose you to breaches or surveillance, the National Security Agency says.
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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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