Attack targeting Microsoft RDP ‘BlueKeep’ vulnerability spotted in the wild

BlueKeep, a vulnerability found in older versions of Microsoft Corp.’s Remote Desktop Protocol, has been spotted or the first time being used in the wild as part of a new hacking campaign.
The hacking campaign was detected via Honeypots, a decoy computer system for detecting hacking campaigns…

Link: Attack targeting Microsoft RDP ‘BlueKeep’ vulnerability spotted in the wild
via siliconangle.com

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