Software giant Microsoft has warned that a flaw known as Zerologon is being actively exploited and urged users to patch their systems.
US federal agencies were given until midnight on Monday (2pm Tuesday AEDT) to patch a critical hole in Windows that has been called Zerologon and submit a report about it to the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency by midnight on Wednesday.
GUEST OPINION by Jim Cook Attivo Networks: A long time target for adversaries, Active Directory is getting a long-awaited defensive makeover, writes Jim Cook, ANZ Regional Director, Attivo Networks.
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