Critical hole in Windows (3/13/2012)


Critical hole in Windows Remote Desktop

 

Microsoft has patched a critical hole in all supported versions of Windows that allows attackers to take control of computers using malicious code.  The vulnerability in the Remote Desktop Protocol may be exploited by a worm-like attack that spreads with no user interaction required. The patch was made available on Tuesday, March 13, 2012.  The Office of Information Technology has released the patch for install via it’s Windows Software Update Services (WSUS) Server, and the patch will be installed automatically.  More information about Microsoft Security Bulletin MS12-020

 

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