But fully two months later, the dreaded BlueKeep doomsday has yet to materialize. In fact, its apparent absence has made clear that in an age of hardened operating systems with built in protections against easy exploitation, the mere existence of a known flaw in software no longer means an immediate open season for hackers. State sponsored groups may already be using it for quiet intrusions, but low skilled criminals have yet to use it for wide scale calamity. But that doesn't mean that a...

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