What the Zerologon vulnerability means for enterprise security

Ty Chaston
September 19, 2020

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On August’s Patch Tuesday, Microsoft closed several vulnerabilities, among them CVE-2020-1472, known as Zerologon. Secura’s security expert Tom Tervoort discovered the vulnerabilty and recently explained in a blog why the vulnerability is so dangerous. 

“The vulnerability is worrying and there is already POC code available on the Internet. Therefore, it is probable that threat actors are already weaponizing this POC code into their hacking suites and trying to exploit this new vulnerability.”

Read the full SecurityMagazine article here


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