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Exploit for wormable BlueKeep Windows bug released into the wild

September 6, 2019

For months, security practitioners have worried about the public release of attack code exploiting BlueKeep, the critical vulnerability in older versions of Microsoft Windows that’s “wormable,” meaning it can spread from computer to computer the way the WannaCry worm did two years ago. On Friday, that dreaded day arrived when the Metasploit framework—an open source tool used by white hat and black hat hackers alike—released just such an exploit into the wild.

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