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Costin Raiu
infection distribution by the Windows version. Worst hit - Windows 7 x64. The Windows XP count is insignificant.

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Jikku Varghese Jacob May 19
Replying to @craiu
What about Windows XP?
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Ryan Duff May 19
Replying to @craiu
How are there Windows 10 infections?
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Dorin Duminica May 19
Replying to @flyryan @craiu
probably those systems weren't updated
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Ryan Duff May 19
Replying to @dorindt @craiu
I didn’t think the exploit worked for Windows 8/8.1/10 out of the box. Did the WannaCry authors port it?
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Costin Raiu May 19
Replying to @flyryan
testers and manual infections.
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Dorin Duminica May 19
Replying to @flyryan @craiu
oh, it works, IIRC an update was released in March for W10
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Fabian RODES May 19
Replying to @craiu @Sebdraven
Interesting graph, but heard of around 300.000 infected system. What about the 200.000 missing in the numbers
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Ryan Duff May 19
Replying to @dorindt @craiu
That’s not the case. The vulnerability was there (hence the patch) but the exploit that was leaked did not work for Win 8+;
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Ryan Duff May 19
Replying to @craiu
Ahh ok. Thanks. :-)
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David Kristoph May 19
Replying to @craiu
Not surprising since Win 7 x64 is by far the most common OS out there.
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Tom Dewar May 19
Replying to @craiu @pwnallthethings
What would it look like if expressed as % of machines with OS installed? XP “insignificant” because far fewer machines left running it?
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x May 19
Replying to @craiu @x0rz
rip w7
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Eric EGÉA May 19
Did you ever get the answer to that one?
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Sebdraven May 19
It's kasperky telemetry ! Kasperky is ont installed everywhere
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Eric EGÉA May 19
I knew you were gonna say that 😊
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Dan Goodin May 19
Replying to @craiu @flyryan
Many people are saying last week's worm didn't work against XP. Are testers and manual infections responsible for small # of XP infections?
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Sebdraven May 19
The interesting thing is the ratio between 7 and XP
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Sergey Prach May 19
Replying to @craiu
Kaspersky is trusted source? 😲😵😂😂😂
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Jerry Bryant May 19
Replying to @craiu
XP wasn't a specific target
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