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(Reuters) — The White House is closely tracking an emergency patch Microsoft Corp. has released, U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Thursday, after an unknown hacking group recently broke into organizations using a flaw in the company’s mail server software.
“We are closely tracking Microsoft’s emergency patch for previously unknown vulnerabilities in Exchange Server software and reports of potential compromises of U.S. think tanks and defense industrial base entities,” Jake Sullivan, President Joe Biden's national security adviser, said on Twitter.
“We encourage network owners to patch ASAP,” he said. His tweet included a link to a notice by Microsoft of the security update.
Microsoft’s near-ubiquitous suite of products has been under scrutiny since the hack of SolarWinds Corp., a Texas-based software company that served as a springboard for several intrusions across government and the private sector.
In other cases, hackers took advantage of the way customers had set up their Microsoft services to compromise their targets or dive further into affected networks.
Hackers who went after SolarWinds also breached Microsoft itself, accessing and downloading source code — including elements of Exchange, the company's email and calendaring product.
(Reuters) — Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it found malicious software in its systems related to a massive hacking campaign disclosed by U.S. officials this week, adding a top technology target to a growing list of attacked government agencies.