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Kaspersky Blog – 2.3.20

As you know, January 14 saw the end of extended support for Windows 7. Just three days later, Microsoft published information about a vulnerability in the Internet Explorer browser that an attacker can use to gain the same rights as an active user.  The majority of companies still using Windows 7 will likely not receive a patch for this vulnerability. Sure, paid support will continue until January 10, 2023, but not all companies consider that economically viable. So now is definitely the time for some brainstorming followed by action. We decided to offer our own perspective on the problem.

Source: What to do about Windows 7’s end of life

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