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May 23, 2017, 03:52:09 AM
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It is a case of NSA finding all these vulnerabilities and does not bother or care about the citizens of America nor the whole world by not informing about these vulnerabilities to microsoft and they could not even handle the tools they created to monitor and hack other people,it is a complete mismanagement and they have to be held responsible for this disaster.
They really showed why we shouldn't allow them full reign when they get hacked and leak tools.
Definitely, just their shit tools could make people suffering. Even though Microsoft had released the update to fix this vulnerability but there's no further announcement that results in many uninformed people and not all people have a damn good internet to always update their windows.
Though, pretty confused about why Microsoft doesn't give a special announcement to hospital or such.
It's all about money and, simply put, microsoft has a lot more to gain from having organization take time to upgrade their systems rather than giving out a notice about the software and having everyone upgrade all at once. Like something to do with either a security money perspective or they may simply not want to do anything like that because it may hurt their brand. Don't ask me though, I'm just speculating.

Microsoft is a big corporation in the world, they have the most advanced technology development platform in computer technology, and it's not good for hackers to make holes in their systems to commit crimes. Although it's not their fault, their reputation has been affected, and they will definitely have new moves to overcome it.
Nah, I think that it's all because of the NSA intervention towards Microsoft. It's all been revealed that NSA that causes this disaster on the internet, believe it or not, that to keep NSA have the privilege watching over so many people's device, this vulnerability need exists. That's actually just my 2 cents though.

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May 23, 2017, 05:53:02 AM
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It is a case of NSA finding all these vulnerabilities and does not bother or care about the citizens of America nor the whole world by not informing about these vulnerabilities to microsoft and they could not even handle the tools they created to monitor and hack other people,it is a complete mismanagement and they have to be held responsible for this disaster.
They really showed why we shouldn't allow them full reign when they get hacked and leak tools.
Definitely, just their shit tools could make people suffering. Even though Microsoft had released the update to fix this vulnerability but there's no further announcement that results in many uninformed people and not all people have a damn good internet to always update their windows.
Though, pretty confused about why Microsoft doesn't give a special announcement to hospital or such.
It's all about money and, simply put, microsoft has a lot more to gain from having organization take time to upgrade their systems rather than giving out a notice about the software and having everyone upgrade all at once. Like something to do with either a security money perspective or they may simply not want to do anything like that because it may hurt their brand. Don't ask me though, I'm just speculating.

Microsoft is a big corporation in the world, they have the most advanced technology development platform in computer technology, and it's not good for hackers to make holes in their systems to commit crimes. Although it's not their fault, their reputation has been affected, and they will definitely have new moves to overcome it.

Whose reputation is it going to affect?

If that of Microsoft, then how come that it's not their fault? If not theirs, then whose is it? Apart from that, Microsoft has a very long history of security vulnerabilities and successful attacks against every flavor of Windows existing or ever existed out there, so yet another one won't hurt them much. In fact, port 445 used in Windows networking is one of the most vulnerable and hacked ports in history, up to a point where you seriously question whether Microsoft is not deliberately leaving it vulnerable. If not, then we can only imagine how crappy is the rest of the Windows code

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May 27, 2017, 07:41:03 AM
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Whose reputation is it going to affect?

If that of Microsoft, then how come that it's not their fault? If not theirs, then whose is it? Apart from that, Microsoft has a very long history of security vulnerabilities and successful attacks against every flavor of Windows existing or ever existed out there, so yet another one won't hurt them much. In fact, port 445 used in Windows networking is one of the most vulnerable and hacked ports in history, up to a point where you seriously question whether Microsoft is not deliberately leaving it vulnerable. If not, then we can only imagine how crappy is the rest of the Windows code

Crappy but most used OS, how come?
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May 27, 2017, 02:40:11 PM
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Whose reputation is it going to affect?

If that of Microsoft, then how come that it's not their fault? If not theirs, then whose is it? Apart from that, Microsoft has a very long history of security vulnerabilities and successful attacks against every flavor of Windows existing or ever existed out there, so yet another one won't hurt them much. In fact, port 445 used in Windows networking is one of the most vulnerable and hacked ports in history, up to a point where you seriously question whether Microsoft is not deliberately leaving it vulnerable. If not, then we can only imagine how crappy is the rest of the Windows code

Crappy but most used OS, how come?

One billion flies cannot be wrong

Other than that, it is not the most used OS out there. At least, not any more. Android seems to be the one. But please don't tell that you actually meant desktop OS'es since ransomware would be just happy to infect anything that it could potentially be run on (if that were possible). After all, we are talking about that WannaCry thing, right? Though I don't really think that Android is somehow much better or less crappy overall than any flavor of Windows (if only for the Linux kernel hidden under the hood)

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