New Microsoft Security Alert: State-Sponsored 0Day Exchange Server Attacks Confirmed
Microsoft confirmed on September 30 that two Exchange Server zero-day vulnerabilities are being exploited by likely state-sponsored attackers.
S3 Ep102.5: “ProxyNotShell” Exchange bugs – an expert speaks [Audio + Text]
Who's affected, what you can do while waiting for Microsoft's patches, … Duck, that you said, “Someone who can read email on your server.”.
Microsoft Exchange Zero Day Vulnerability Being Exploited For Attacks – Research Snipers
The gaps are open, Microsoft warns of active attacks · The first vulnerability, labeled CVE-2022-41040, is a Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) …
This Intel Silicon Photonics Connector is a HUGE Deal – ServeTheHome
At Intel Innovation 2022 this week, we saw what might be one of the most interesting pieces of technology for servers, storage, and networking …
Newspaper Ads | Classifieds | Employment | IT Specialist/Coordinator – The Daily Star
Duties will include but are not limited to: Maintaining Windows server domain, Google Edu+ domain and Cisco Networking infrastructure; …
Chinese APT Hacker Group Using Old Windows Logo to Hide a Backdoor Malware
In a recent discovery made by Symantec's security researchers, the Witchetty group has been found to be launching a malicious campaign that hides …