Microsoft Won’t Patch 20-Yr-Old SMBv1 Vulnerability (You Should Just Turn the Service Off)

If you use Windows 10, you need to read an article by Laurent Giret that describes a recently-discovered security weakness in Windows that apparently has been there for at least 20 years. The fix is simple: turn off SMBv1 file sharing protocol from your PC. Most people don’t need it anyways.

You can find the article at: http://bit.ly/2whtwFR.

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