The computer of General Staff of Army or Ministry of Defense is not licensed and does not require any minimum updates
Besmir Semanaj (IT expert) raised alarm over the security of Ministry of Defense. Today, Semanaj was invited to join the news edition of “SyriTv”. Semanaj stated that neither the general staff of army nor the Ministry of Defense computer are licensed and that there is no minimum update.
‘In years, I had not seen an unlicensed computer. Operating system licenses cost around 100 Euro and are licensed. They are currently unlicensed and hackers could easily hack them. I find it hard to believe that an IT could have left an unlicensed computer without installing an update or an antivirus. Because he doesn’t do A when he isn’t doing ZH. As for the image of the armed forces… the image part kills me too. This should have been an official video call of pride. It is about our armed force. This video was also shared with partners. Imagine what we would show our armed force. The Albanian government declared that it had an agreement with Microsoft, and that we can use its products without licensing. It’s unfortunate that another computer was stolen. It’s a shame. It takes only 100 euros, and Windows activation is not required.‘-the Semanaj.