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Threat actors are exploiting yet-to-be-disclosed Microsoft Exchange zero-day bugs allowing for remote code execution, according to claims made by security researchers at Vietnamese cybersecurity outfit GTSC, who first spotted and reported the attacks
Trend Micro released a security advisory Thursday evening confirming that they submitted the two new Microsoft Exchange zero-day vulnerabilities discovered by GTSC to Microsoft
There’s reports emerging that a new zero day exists in Microsoft Exchange, and is being actively exploited in the wild
"We recommend all organizations/enterprises around the world that are using Microsoft Exchange Server to check, review, and apply the above temporary remedy as soon as possible to avoid potential serious damages," GTSC added
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