[SecurityWeek] Scans for Vulnerable Exchange Servers Started 5 Minutes After Disclosure of Flaws

Adversaries are typically quick to take advantage of newly disclosed vulnerabilities, and they started scanning for vulnerable Microsoft Exchange Servers within five minutes after Microsoft’s announcement, Palo Alto Networks reveals in a new report.

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