How much of a risk remains of new security flaws being found in Windows Server 2003?
Windows Server 2003 has been around for over a decade. There have been many patches over the years. After all this time, is it possible that the serious flaws have all been discovered and patched, so that there actually is very little risk after extended support comes to an end? This is somewhat theoretical, I know, but at the same time, there are about to be thousands of WS2003 instances out there that won’t be getting any more updates.
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