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Cybersecurity ratings company BitSight, detailed that the number of exposed public-facing machines with the vulnerability dropped 17% between May 31 and July 2 but not far enough.

BitSight found that the most responsive industries in mitigating BlueKeep have been legal, nonprofit/NGO and aerospace/defense with a 32.9 percent, 27.1 percent and 24.1 percent respective...

Security ratings firm BitSight earlier this month scanned the Internet looking for vulnerable systems with remote desktop protocol services exposed to BlueKeep. The scan showed that as of July 2,...

Suppliers such as BitSight, a provider of software to manage third-party risk, has seen an increase in focus from senior managers on controlling how data is shared in supply chains, which may link...

Security ratings firm BitSight, which has been tracking the malware since May, recently gathered telemetry from command-and-control domains that Triada-infected devices have been communicating...

According to BitSight, the telecommunications industry is by far the most affected, with over 30% of companies having exposed vulnerable devices. This sector is followed at a distance by...

As of July 2, security ratings company BitSight had found that there was a 17 percent decrease in systems vulnerable to BlueKeep, indicating some progress in the patching of systems. However,...

Despite warnings from Microsoft, government agencies and cybersecurity companies, many organizations around the globe have yet to patch older Windows systems against the BlueKeep vulnerability...

Two months after Microsoft discovered and patched the BlueKeep vulnerability, more than 0.8 million systems online remain vulnerable, according to an assessment done by to BitSight, a Security...

"There have been very few of these situations over the years where a vulnerability has lined itself to be so wormable," BitSight director of security Dan Dahlberg says. "It’s still just a function...

BitSight attributed the huge discrepancy to the fact that "telecommunications companies usually host end-customer systems that they cannot upgrade themselves, which may explain the higher ratio...

That leaves a broad potential attack surface for someone who exploits the vulnerability. BlueKeep is “wormable,” meaning the malware could infect systems as it finds its own ways to move from...