A security researcher warned friday that one of the worst Windows vulnerabilities in 2020 is now being exploited by hackers implant back doors into servers that store user credentials and administrator accounts. The vulnerability is called
In the hacker attack, it will take control of active directories and domain controller, which allows the attacker to launch attacks on all computers connected to the network by executing code. The cumulative bug number of this year's CVE update was released on Tuesday, August, 2020.
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Beaumont said the attacks were completely scripted, with all commands completed in seconds. In this way, attackers install backdoors that allow remote management of devices in their simulated network. The attacker (who set up the account with the user name SDB and password jinglebell110 @ also enabled the remote desktop. As a result, if cve-2020-1472 is subsequently patched, the attacker will continue to have remote access.