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Microsoft Teams flaw could let attackers hijack accounts

27
Apr
2020
Microsoft Teams flaw could let attackers hijack accounts

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Microsoft has fixed a security flaw in Microsoft Teams that, if left unattended, could have been exploited to take over user accounts. By hijacking a Teams account, the bad actors might eventually traverse through the organization and gather data from the Teams accounts ranging from confidential information, passwords and business plans, among other things, according to researchers from CyberArk.

With companies recently forced to switch to working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, their IT departments were faced with a challenge on how to make the switch to home office safe.

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