The First BlueKeep Mass Hacking Is Finally Here—but Don’t Panic

Andy Greenberg reports:

When Microsoft revealed last May that millions of Windows devices had a serious hackable flaw known as BlueKeep—one that could enable an automated worm to spread malware from computer to computer—it seemed only a matter of time before someone unleashed a global attack. As predicted, a BlueKeep campaign has finally struck. But so far it’s fallen short of the worst case scenario.

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