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Microsoft TCP/IP Vulnerability: What You Need To Know

When it comes to wormable vulnerabilities like these, you need to act fast


*CVE-2021-24074, CVE-2021-24094, CVE-2021-24086*

On February Patch Tuesday, Microsoft announced two Critical Vulnerability Exploits (CVEs) affecting TCP/IP. With wormable vulnerabilities, people start reverse-engineering them immediately, so expect for these to be quickly exploited in the wild. This could have a catastrophic impact on your network.

Today on the Bugcrowd Stream, we speak to our founder and CTO, Casey Ellis, and Application Security Engineer, Adam Foster. They discuss:

  • Actions and next steps you should take to keep your organization secure
  • Information on the available patch and workarounds
  • Advice for security engineers

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