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CISA says it has tested BlueKeep on a machine running Windows 2000 and achieved remote code execution. The agency has advised users and administrators to install available patches, upgrade their operating system, disable unnecessary services, enable Network Level Authentication (NLA) if available, and block TCP port 3389 at the perimeter firewall. CISA’s alert comes less […]

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A vulnerability researcher published four previously unreported flaws in Microsoft Windows over three days this week, flaws that could allow a local user to escalate their rights on a compromised system to that of an administrator. Exploits for the four flaws — plus a fifth vulnerability that Microsoft fixed last week — were posted by […]

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Protecting an organization from threats is becoming increasingly difficult, as the number and sophistication of threats continues to increase exponentially. A big issue is finding, prioritizing, and fixing vulnerabilities before they are exploited. That has always been a top priority for security professionals, but the growing number of vulnerabilities makes it difficult, if not impossible, […]

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