There has been a new RDP based attack using a similar method to the WannaCry attacks, using RDP ports on 3389 that are open to the internet, this attack deploys Crypto-Mining Payloads on devices running vulnerable versions of windows.
It has been confirmed that a widespread attack is underway on several versions of windows standalone and windows server operating systems, these include:
Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2008 R2 and Windows XP, Vista and 7.
Always ensure that your OS is up to date.
There have been several signs that Microsoft has been trying to patch vulnerabilities. The 1st indication of the impending attacks was when MS provided a patch to the long-dormant Windows XP after many years without an update.
Several US governmental and private entities have issued very serious “Update NOW” notifications to the system administrators, although the initial fears of s “WannaCry-esc” worm lawlessly spreading have yet to rear its head but this is an issue to take seriously.
If you have noticed that your PC or Server has gotten unusually slow and experience high CPU\GU usage then it may be advisable to block port 3389 in your firewall and disable RDP services on servers.
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