BlueKeep Malware Lands, Spawns, Vanishes Abruptly


When the British government alerted Microsoft in May to a critical wormable bug – which security researchers dubbed BlueKeep – in its Windows operating system, the company scrambled to push out an urgent patch.

Although Windows 8 and Windows 10 were unaffected by the security flaw, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2008 were among those that were vulnerable. Security experts feared a repeat of 2017’s WannaCry attacks: the vulnerability is pre-authentication and requires no user interaction, meaning any malware developed that exploited the issue could potentially propagate freely, spawning across tens

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