The Windows DNS Server, Microsoft's implementation of the domain name resolution software, has a seven-year-old bug which is wormable and can be triggered by a malicious DNS response, the Israeli security firm Check Point has found.
The state-based actor behind an attack on Australian public and private sector organisations used unpatched vulnerabilities in Telerik UI, Microsoft's Internet Information Services, SharePoint and Citrix to try and gain access, the Australian Cyber Security Centre says.
Global foreign exchange dealer Travelex has been hit by Windows malware and has taken its website down.
That's a shame they decided to decommission such a cool distro. Any decent CentOS8 forks yet?
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