Just 17 per cent of all internet-facing Microsoft Exchange servers are patched against CVE-2020-0688 vulnerability

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More than 80 per cent of the Microsoft Exchange Servers exposed on Internet are vulnerable to CVE-2020-0688
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More than 80 per cent of the Microsoft Exchange Servers exposed on Internet are vulnerable to CVE-2020-0688

More than 31,000 Exchange 2010 servers have received no update since 2012

More than 80 per cent of the Microsoft Exchange Servers exposed on the internet are still vulnerable to the CVE-2020-0688 remote code execution (RCE) bug which was patched by Microsoft in February ...

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