Microsoft held back a free WannaCry patch, says report – CNET



Posted on May 19 2017 - 2:54am by Zennie Abraham

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Microsoft could have slowed the devastating spread of ransomware WannaCry to businesses, reports the Financial Times. Instead, it held back a free repair update on machines running older software like Windows XP. Microsoft wanted hefty fees of up to …
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