Microsoft Patches Critical Wormable 17-Year-old Windows DNS Server Flaw that Affects Windows Server Versions 2003 to 2019

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Microsoft patched a critical 17-Year-old vulnerability with Windows DNS Server that can be triggered by an attacker with malicious DNS response. The Windows DNS Server is an essential part of the Windows Domain environment and runs the DNS queries on Windows Server.