Tag Archives: BlueKeep

Ransomware attacked two Spanish companies: the local Internet is in panic as during the WannaCry days

Ransomware attacked Spanish companies

Recently ransomware attacked two large Spanish companies. Both infections occurred on the same day, causing a short-term panic in the Spanish Internet segment due to memoriess of the WannaCry epidemic two years ago. In Spain, on May 12, 2017, one of the first WannaCry ransomware viruses was discovered. Then under an attack got Spanish newspaper El Mundo and Internet service …

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Metasploit developers publish exploit for BlueKeep vulnerability

Metasploit published an exploit for BlueKeep

Metasploit developers published an exploit for the BlueKeep vulnerability. It allows code execution and it is easy to use. Recalling, the critical vulnerability CVE-2019-0708 (aka BlueKeep) associated with the operation of Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and RDP was fixed by Microsoft back in May of this year. “Using this bug, attackers can execute arbitrary code without authorization and spread their …

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On GitHub published a detailed analysis of BlueKeep vulnerability that simplifies creation of exploits

As part of the May “Tuesday updates”, Microsoft fixed the critical vulnerability CVE-2019-0708 (also known as BlueKeep) related to the operation of Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and RDP. Although the technical details of the problem were not disclosed due to its high level of threat, it is known that with the help of this bug attackers can execute arbitrary code …

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Participant in the Metasploit project created a working module for exploiting the BlueKeep vulnerability

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A security researcher under the nick Zerosum0x0 created module for the Metasploit framework that exploits the BlueKeep vulnerability on Windows XP, 7 and Server 2008. BlueKeep (CVE-2019-0708) is a “worm-like” vulnerability that allows causing a wave of mass malware infections, similar to WannaCry attacks in 2017. The problem affects Remote Desktop Services in Windows 7, Server 2008, Windows XP and …

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