Two weeks after Microsoft warned of Windows RDP worms, a million internet-facing boxes still vulnerable

The critical Windows Remote Desktop flaw that emerged this month may have set the stage for the worst malware attack in years. The vulnerability, designated CVE-2019-0708 and dubbed BlueKeep, can be exploited by miscreants to execute malicious code and install malware on vulnerable machines without the need for any user authentication: a hacker simply has to be able to reach the box across the internet or network in order to commandeer it.

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