Microsoft urges users to update their system as soon as possible to prevent malware attacks.
Microsoft has detected a new vulnerability called “wormable” on Windows Remote Desktop Services. This new vulnerability can spread automatically and the company has so far warned nearly one million users worldwide.
According to a TechCrunch report, Microsoft has issued a second advisory board that asks its users to update their system. This will help prevent malicious BlueKeep malware from exploiting “flexible” vulnerabilities to get full access to the user’s computer.
In a blog post, Simon Pope, Director of Incident Response at the Microsoft Security Response Center, said the company was convinced that this vulnerability could be exploited. Improvements have been released and there are no signs of worms. However, this does not mean that the user is outside the forest. It is also recommended that all affected systems be updated as soon as possible.
Errors are considered critical and can currently affect Windows XP, 7 and server systems. Users of Windows 8 and 10 are not vulnerable to new bugs.