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Zero-day and unpatched vulnerabilities are exploding and so are opportunities for threat actors who are always on the lookout for such security flaws. A new security flaw impacting Microsoft Exchange servers after the recent discovery of ProxyShell vulnerability has raised concerns about unknown attacks that are in the making. Dubbed ProxyToken, the vulnerability can allow remote attackers to bypass authentication and modify Exchange server configurations.
In different news, a new variant of Mirai botnet is exploiting a previously disclosed command injection vulnerability affecting WebSVN. The main purpose of this new version of the botnet is to perform a variety of DDoS attacks.
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ProxyToken is a newly discovered vulnerability that affects Microsoft Exchange servers. This is the second vulnerability after the ProxyShell vulnerability that is being exploited in the wild. The ProxyToken vulnerability can allow remote attackers to bypass authentication and make changes to an Exchange email server’s backend configuration.
Posted on: August 30, 2021
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