ExchangeRCE-CVE-2021-28480 PoC for exploiting RCE in Exchange CVEs: CVE-2021-28480, CVE-2021-28481, CVE-2021-28482 and CVE-2021-28483 Achieves Domain Admin on Domain Controllers running Windows Server 2003 up to Windows Server 2019
Microsoft Exchange Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2021-28480, CVE-2021-28481, CVE-2021-28483.
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Technical documentation and proof-of-concept exploit (PoC) code is available for a high-severity vulnerability in Microsoft Exchange Server that could let remote attackers execute code on unpatched machines.
The flaw is for one of the
that the National Security Agency (NSA) reported to Microsoft and received a fix in April.
Despite being the least severe of the bunch and requiring authentication, the risk that CVE-2021-28482 poses to companies is not to be neglected.
Microsoft had its hands full Tuesday snuffing out five zero-day vulnerabilities, a flaw under active attack and applying more patches to its problem-plagued Microsoft Exchange Server software.
In all, Microsoft released patches for 110 security holes, 19 classified critical in severity and 88 considered important. The most dire of those flaws disclosed is arguably a Win32k elevation of privilege vulnerability (CVE-2021-28310) actively being exploited in the wild by the cybercriminal group ...
Patch Tuesday April showers bring hours of patches as Microsoft delivers its Patch Tuesday fun-fest consisting of over a hundred CVEs, including four Exchange Server vulnerabilities reported to the company by the US National Security Agency (NSA).
Forty-four different products and services are affected, mainly having to do with Azure, Exchange Server, Office, Visual Studio Code, and Windows. Among the vulnerabilities, four have been publicly disclosed and a fifth is being actively exploite...