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 Jan 06, 2005 - 10:03 AM - by Michael
* Hackers searching hard for unpatched servers

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If you haven't patched your servers, do it ASAP.
"If you have not patched your WINS servers in your respective companies or campuses, beware. Patching these systems is now overdue," said SANS. According to statistics gathered by the Research and Education Networking Information Sharing and Analysis Center, the increase in activity began on Thursday but became much greater on Saturday.
In other words, script users have gotten hold of the vulnerability. Just a friendly reminder to keep your systems patched at all times...
 

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