[HackerNews] Hackers Actively Searching for Unpatched Microsoft Exchange Servers

Threat actors are actively carrying out opportunistic scanning and exploitation of Exchange servers using a new exploit chain leveraging a trio of flaws affecting on-premises installations, making them the latest set of bugs after ProxyLogon vulnerabilities were exploited en masse at the start of the year.
The remote code execution flaws have been collectively dubbed “ProxyShell.” At least

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