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Exchange Server zero-day being actively exploited

Summary by Ground News
Two reported zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, 2016, and 2019 are being exploited in the wild. The first vulnerability is a Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) vulnerability. The second, identified as CVE-2022-41082, allows remote code execution (RCE)
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Microsoft says two new Exchange zero-day bugs under active attack, but no immediate fix

The technology giant said the upcoming fix is on an “accelerated timeline."

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Exchange Server zero-day being actively exploited

Remember this next time Microsoft talks about how seriously it takes security

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Microsoft says new Exchange zero-days are actively exploited

Microsoft has confirmed that two recently reported zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, 2016, and 2019 are being exploited in the wild.

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Microsoft confirms Exchange zero-day flaws actively exploited in the wild

Microsoft confirmed that two recently disclosed zero-day flaws in Microsoft Exchange are being actively exploited in the wild.

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Microsoft Says Two New Exchange Zero-Day Bugs Under Active Attack, But No Immediate Fix

Microsoft has confirmed two unpatched Exchange Server zero-day vulnerabilities are being exploited by cybercriminals in real-world attacks. From a report: Vietnamese cybersecurity company GTSC, which first discovered the flaws part of its response to a customer's cybersecurity incident, in August 20...

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