Almost 500 Citrix servers in the UK vulnerable to ransomware

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IT staff at organisations across the UK ought to be applying patches and scanning their Citrix installations this weekend
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IT staff at organisations across the UK ought to be applying patches and scanning their Citrix installations this weekend

But that's nothing - there's still more than 3,200 in the US that haven't been patched against the CVE-2019-19781 security flaw

More than 470 Citrix servers hosted in the UK are vulnerable to the CVE-2019-19781 critical security flaw - and seven times that number in the US. A total of 7,133 vulnerable Citrix servers rema...

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