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All versions of Microsoft Exchange Server are vulnerable to CVE-2020-0688; exploit now available

Through the Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) vulnerability disclosure platform, a web application security specialist reported a critical security flaw in all versions of Microsoft Exchange Server that are currently supported. If exploited, the vulnerability would allow threat actors to falsify corporate email communications at will. The flaw was tracked as CVE-2020-0688. Want to know how to exploit the recently patched #Microsoft #Exchange...

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Recommended Microsoft Learn Modules to kick start your Azure Learning

Quite often I am asked about what recommended courses to work on in relation to kick start your further learning of Azure. I have now added these recommended modules and learning paths into this blog post to assist you. Why Microsoft Learn? Microsoft Learn was introduced a few years ago and is a great learning platform it includes learning modules and interactive tutorials throughout to assist you in your learning. Self-paced learning,...

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These medical devices could be easily encrypted with WannaCry ransomware

Since its irruption on scene in 2017, the WannaCry ransomware has become one of the main cybersecurity threats, especially for health service organizations, demonstrating the obsolescence of multiple Windows-based operating systems used in these environments. Last year, the tech giant’s security team reported a critical vulnerability, known as BlueKeep, which could be exploited to allow the quick spreading of malware, just as it did...