08 Nov 2019

Microsoft Warns of More Harmful Windows BlueKeep Attacks, Patch Now

Research by Microsoft shows that the new campaign in which attackers exploit RDP instances vulnerable to the BlueKeep vulnerability in order to install cryptojacking malware, is likely tied to a cryptojacking campaign observed in September of this year. BlueKeep is a critical remote code execution flaw affecting RDP services on

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04 Nov 2019

The First BlueKeep Mass Hacking Is Finally Here—but Don’t Panic

Threat actors are actively exploiting the critical BlueKeep flaw that impacts Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) implementations on unpatched older Windows operating systems. Microsoft and other companies have warned that the flaw, tracked as CVE-2019-0708, is very dangerous because it could be used by attackers to carry out a massive attack

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25 Jul 2019

US company selling weaponized BlueKeep exploit

Earlier this week, US cybersecurity firm Immunity Inc. announced that it has added a functional BlueKeep exploit to its commercial pen-testing toolkit called CANVAS v7.23. BlueKeep, tracked as CVE-2019-0708, impacts Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) implementations on older Windows operating systems. It is a very dangerous flaw because it could be

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03 Jul 2019

BlueKeep: Researchers show how dangerous this Windows exploit could really be

Researchers with Sophos have developed a Proof-of-Concept (PoC) for the highly critical BlueKeep security flaw (CVE-2019-0708) that impacts Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) implementations on older Windows operating systems. The exploit would enable attackers to take over hundreds of thousands of devices that are still thought to be vulnerable even though

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