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THREAT INTELLIGENCE REPORT: Windows CryptoAPI Vulnerability 1

Windows CryptoAPI Vulnerability

January 14, 2020 –  Microsoft announced a critical vulnerability in CryptoAPI, a Microsoft interface which provides certificate validation for HTTPS connections, signed flies, signed emails, and signed executable files. Exploitation of this vulnerability could allow attackers to modify or replace downloaded files, as well as intercept and decrypt encrypted files, including HTTPS and VPN traffic.   
 

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