Microsoft issued an emergency patch overnight in order to protect users from a ‘severe' remote-code execution flaw affecting Windows' Malware Protection Engine. The flaw had been described as "crazy...
The source, going by the name billgates3, claimed that the source code has been circulating privately for many years
The same trend is seen with the building automation industry
The flaw could allow an attacker with a foothold on the local network to instantly become a Domain Admin
The Zerologon micropatch is 'primarily targeted at Windows Server 2008 R2 users without Extended Security Updates'