Outlook Critical Vulnerability 2010 & 2013
Without you even opening a malicious email you could be effected by this Outlook Critical Vulnerability.
There is an Outlook Critical Vulnerability for 2010 and 2013 called #BadWinmail that could lead to an infected and compromised workstation without you even opening a malicious email. Repeat this is an Outlook Critical Vulnerability could lead to an infected and compromised workstation without you even opening a malicious email.
To avoid getting getting burned by this Outlook Critical Vulnerability #Badwinmail it important to run Windows updates ASAP.
General instructions To Avoid Badwinmail:
To check for Windows updates. Open Windows Update by clicking the Start button , clicking All Programs, and then clicking Windows Update. In the left pane, click Check for Updates, and then wait while Windows looks for the latest updates for your computer. If any updates are found, click Install updates. Your computer may restart.
Swipe in or point to the right top corner of the screen and click on settings.
Scroll down to the page to find WINDOWS UPDATE, Click on it and Click on “Check for Updates Now” If any Updates are found, just Click on Install and the updates will start.
Bigger Issue Security
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