A little more than six months before Microsoft ends support for Windows 7, the South Korean Government is considering a switch to Linux, the country's Interior and Safety Ministry has said.
Microsoft has warned of the likelihood of another WannaCry-like episode if a remotely exploitable vulnerability in its Remote Desktop Services, announced as part of its monthly updates for May, is not patched as soon as possible.
Microsoft will end support and updates for Windows 7 on 14 January next year, the company says, advising users to switch to Windows 10 in order to "keep the good times rolling".
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