A proof of concept exploit of Windows' Remote Desktop Protocol is circulating. If you can't patch your systems immediately, other protections may be called for.
Microsoft has patched a critical vulnerability in the Remote Desktop Protocol that could allow remote code execution. This issue calls for urgent attention, with a security expert describing it as a worm vector.
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