Microsoft is urging customers that run its Exchange Server email software in private data centers to install security updates that shore up several newly-discovered vulnerabilities. Microsoft says the Exchange Server vulnerabilities, which were first unearthed by the National Security Agency, haven’t yet been exploited by hackers. But the flaws are the latest in a string of cybersecurity...
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