Microsoft has added a new feature to Exchange Server that will automatically take action to remediate high-risk vulnerabilities (most likely already exploited by hackers). This should protect Exchange servers from attacks and give administrators more time to install
Experts from the FBI, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS CISA), the Australian Cybersecurity Center (ACSC), and the UK National Cybersecurity Center (NCSC) have published joint security advisories that list the most attacked and most popular vulnerabilities among
The United States and a coalition of its allies, including the EU, Britain and NATO, have formally accused China and its authorities of a large-scale hacking campaign to break into Microsoft Exchange servers. Let me remind you that these attacks have been going on since the
Microsoft developers have released a tool called EOMT (Exchange On-premises Mitigation Tool) designed to install updates on Microsoft Exchange servers and one-click ProxyLogon vulnerabilities fix. The utility is already available for download on the company’s GitHub.
Information security experts from Rapid7 reported that more than 35,000 Internet-connected Microsoft Exchange servers are still vulnerable to the critical vulnerability CVE-2020-0688 that was fixed in February. The vulnerability affects the default Exchange Control Panel