Customers of Microsoft are being cautioned to patch a couple of Active Directory domain service privilege escalation flaws that together could allow bad actors takeover of Windows domains. The two security updates go by CVE-2021-42287 and CVE-2021-42278 and were originally reported by Andrew Bartlett of Catalyst IT.
The urgency to patch these security vulnerabilities escalated as a new proof-of-concept tool to leverage them appeared on Twitter and GitHub on 11th December.
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