Last week, Microsoft warned the public of four new Windows vulnerabilities that are “wormable,” meaning they can be exploited to spread malware from one vulnerable computer to another without any user action. These bugs, already patched by the company, reside in Remote Desktop Services (RDS), which allow a user to take control of a remote computer or virtual machine over a network connection. These kinds of vulnerabilities within Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) can have major security implications for those organizations relying on it.
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