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Protecting Your Microsoft IIS Servers Against Malware Attacks

Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) servers, often used to host websites, are increasingly targeted for exploitation by threat actors such as Lazarus, a North Korean cyber espionage group. Attacks on IIS servers often involve DLL side-loading techniques, using vulnerabilities in software applications like INISAFE CrossWeb EX. To mitigate such threats, organisations are urged to maintain effective patch management, apply the principle of least privileges, analyse security logs and refine their vulnerability management through continuous web application security testing.

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