After discovering a breach in early January and attributing it to Chinese cyberspies, a new problem emerged. Five days before Microsoft issued a patch on March 2, another explosion of infiltrations by other intruders, piggybacking on the initial breach appeared. Victims organizations range from those that run email servers, from retailers to law firms, municipal governments, healthcare providers, and manufacturers, Associated Press confirmed. While this hack doesn’t pose any kind of national security threat worldwide, it still is a threat for victims who didn’t install the patch in time, thus allowing hackers to invade their systems.
Cybersecurity analysts released that around 30,000 US victims are detected last Friday, whereas the global number of victims affected by this issue goes up to 250,000 in the estimate. Cybersecurity firm TrustedSec, confirmed that hundreds of thousands of organizations could have been vulnerable to the hack. Finding a solution to this problem is not a simple task as updating software, but it rather requires upgrades in servers, with a very small number of incidence response teams equipped to tackle this.
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