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Experts: Don't panic over Windows flaw

Windows users have been told not to panic after news of the latest Windows security bug made front page headlines in many of the world’s newspapers. Antivirus company Sophos has advised users to keep a sense of proportion and “calmly ensure all computers are correctly patched”. The company said that as yet, there have not been any hackers or worms exploiting the flaws. Graham Cluley, senior technology consultant at Sophos said: “With doom-laden headlines in the newspapers about this bug in Windows, users need to keep a sense of proportion. At the moment we haven’t seen any hackers or worms exploiting this hole, but that doesn’t mean that computer users don’t need to protect their PCs.” Full Story

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