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Windows Server 2003: Dangerous to use but still surprisingly popular

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Windows Server 2003: Dangerous to use but still surprisingly popular

One in 10 web-facing computers is still running Microsoft Windows Server 2003, according to a report - despite the OS no longer being patched by Microsoft.

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