Microsoft Fixes a Critical Windows DNS Server Vulnerability That Could Let Attackers Steal Corporate Details

Microsoft has released a patch to fix a critical, 17-year-old vulnerability in Windows DNS Server that has been classified as a “wormable” flaw. Named “SigRed”, the latest vulnerability is found to have an impact on Windows Server versions 2003 to 2019.
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