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CISA encourages everyone to follow updated guidance for Microsoft Exchange fixes

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on Wednesday issued a supplemental direction to Emergency Directive (ED) 21-02, which lays out hardening, forensic triage and reporting requirements designed to mitigate vulnerabilities found in the wake of the massive Microsoft Exchange vulnerability hacks that have affected tens of thousands of organizations. The update directs federal departments…
Network Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Researcher details decades-old design flaws in Microsoft’s CTF protocol

Google Project Zero researcher Tavis Ormandy yesterday disclosed a series of 20-year-old flaws in Microsoft’s CTF protocol that could allow unauthorized parties to take over applications that use said protocol. According to Ormandy’s blog post and technical analysis, the flaw is specifically found in the msctf subsystem, which is a component of the Text Services…
Cybercrime, Data Breach, Email Security, Security News

Microsoft web mail services breached after support agent’s credentials are compromised

Hackers reportedly compromised a Microsoft Corp. support agent’s credentials, allowing them to gain unauthorized access to the company’s various web-based email services, including Outlook, MSN and Hotmail, for at least three months in 2019. This breach exposed not only information pertaining to certain customers’ email accounts, but also in some cases the content of the…
Vulnerabilities

Patch Tuesday August 2018: Microsoft corrects two actively exploited zero-day bugs

Microsoft Corporation today released a series of Patch Tuesday updates, issuing fixes for 60 flaws, two of which have reportedly been actively exploited as zero-days. Collectively, the repairs address bugs found in Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Windows, Microsoft Office (and Office Services and Web Apps), ChakraCore, Adobe Flash Player, .NET Framework, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SQL…
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