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Vladimir Putin 'still uses obsolete Windows XP' despite hacking risk

Official photos seem to show president using unsupported OS at Kremlin and residence
Vladimir Putin in Tatarstan on 13 December. Photograph: Mikhail Klimentyev/AP

Russian agents have been accused of worldwide hacking operations, but someone at the Kremlin has apparently forgotten to inform Vladimir Putin of the importance of cyber-security.

Putin, 67, appears to have the obsolete Microsoft Windows

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