According to the latest findings from two security firms, the majority of victims of the WannaCry attack were Windows 7 users. BBC News reports:

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The WannaCry virus has infected an estimated 300,000 computers across the globe since 12th May, and affected users have their data held to ransom. Thankfully it seems that a French team have now found a way to unlock affected computers, just in the nick of time.

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AMD has announced a new addition to it's consumer CPU line-up - a 16-core, 32 thread Ryzen beast that goes by the name of ‘Threadripper’. This is extreme high-end stuff, and will debut on a new motherboard platform. Even if you're not a high-end user, this is still important news - the current CPU war between AMD and Intel will likely result in better tech at a cheaper price for everyone.

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Microsoft has put 280 backwards compatible Xbox One/Xbox 360 games on sale today - Games Radar has more:

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According to a leak today, Intel may be preparing to launch a new line of high-end processors in June based on the Kaby Lake X and Skylake X architectures. Apple Insider has more:

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It has been revealed that HP laptops may have been logging all user keystrokes since December 2015, according to security firm Modzero.

The logged keystrokes are not sent to an external source, but represent a potential security flaw which could be taken advantage of. Read more at Silicon
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TechPowerUp reports that details of various NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards have been leaked online, suggesting that this entry-level graphics card may be launched in the near future.

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This weekend Microsoft was forced to fix a bug which could have allowed hackers to take control of a PC with a single email, whether or not it was opened. The flaw was in the anti-malware software itself (such as Windows Defender): once the software scanned the hostile email, the exploit would have been triggered. Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 were all affected, but the bug has now been fixed.

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