An advisory published earlier today reveals that the vulnerability resides in the SMB service, and the US-CERT says that both Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 are exposed to attacks. There are reports claiming that Windows Server systems could also be affected, but there’s still no confirmation in this regard.
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