U.S. Cyber Command recently issued a tweet concerning an Outlook vulnerability being exploited by cybercriminals.

CVE-2017-11774, or The Microsoft Outlook Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability, was addressed by Microsoft in October 2017, when their security update corrected how the software handles objects in memory.

It appears hackers are still abusing the Outlook bug, breaking free from the Outlook sandbox and unleashing malicious code.

Many business owners don’t have the time or manpower to research the latest cyber threats, update and patch all their software and hardware, and ensure their data is safe.

That’s why more and more businesses are entrusting the care of their IT and data to managed IT service providers.

With an MSP like InCare Technologies in charge of your systems, there’s no need to keep up with the latest threats and tactics utilized by cybercriminals. With InCare’s InCare 360 umbrella managed service, we’ll take care of all patching, monitoring, and disaster recovery and business continuity in worst case scenarios where there’s a data breach or infection.

Contact InCare today at 205-277-CARE for a free consultation.

See the original Outlook vulnerability tweet.

InCare is a nationally recognized managed service and security provider headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, with offices in Montgomery, Alabama; Jackson, Mississippi; and Memphis, Tennessee. InCare was recently ranked in Channel Futures’ MSP 501 and CRN’s Solution Provider 500 and Tech Elite 250.

 

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