Zerologon flaw lets hackers take over the entire network

Last month Microsoft patched Zerologon – one of the most severe bugs ever reported to the company. A flaw could allow attackers to infiltrate enterprises by gaining administrative privileges, giving them access to companies’ Active Directory domain controllers. The vulnerability received 10 CVSS points, but details were never made public. Users and IT administrators never knew how dangerous the issue really was. More information can be found below.

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