STOP AND PATCH ASAP: Zerologon Flaw Poses Unacceptable Risk CISA Says
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The Department of Homeland Security’s CISA has issued an emergency directive ordering civilian agencies to immeditaley install a patch for a vulnerability known as Zerologon in Windows servers citing an “unacceptable risk” that the flaw entails. Microsoft issued a fix for the vulnerability in its August updates but many admins remained unaware of how just how bad the bug until researchers from Secura published a technical report last week. Catalin Cimpanu has the details over at ZDNet.
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