NSA Discovers New Critical Exchange Server Vulnerabilities

Microsoft released three new patches for its Exchange Server software on Tuesday after the National Security Agency (NSA) alerted the company to a fresh batch of critical vulnerabilities.

All discovered flaws, four in total, lead to remote code execution on a vulnerable machine.

“We urge all owners and operators of Microsoft Exchange Servers to apply these latest patches immediately. The US government will lead by example – we are requiring all agencies to immediately patch their Exchange servers, as well,” A White House statement reads.

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