SAY GOODBYE TO SMBV1 IN WINDOWS FALL CREATORS UPDATE

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The crusty SMBv1 file-sharing protocol, abused by a NSA exploit last month that spread WannaCry, will be removed from Windows 10 starting with the upcoming Redstone 3 update.

“We can confirm that SMBv1 is being removed for Redstone 3,” a Microsoft representative told Threatpost.

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