Microsoft issues Windows 10 security fix after NSA warning

14/01/2020 | Reuters

On Tuesday, Microsoft released a critical Windows 10 security fix, following the advice of the US National Security Agency (NSA). While the NSA has alerted tech companies about serious software vulnerabilities, this is the first time the agency has publicly claimed credit for prompting a software security update.

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