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NSA Uncovers Serious Flaws in Microsoft Exchange Server, Urges Public to Patch

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The four vulnerabilities involve a ‘low’ attack complexity, and can lead to remote code execution, enabling a hacker to infiltrate enterprise networks.

By Michael Kan

The US National Security Agency is warning that Microsoft Exchange Server has four serious vulnerabilities that can be exploited to take…

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