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Microsoft CVE-2019-1453: Windows Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Denial of Service Vulnerability

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Microsoft CVE-2019-1453: Windows Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Denial of Service Vulnerability

Severity
5
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:N/I:N/A:P)
Published
12/10/2019
Created
12/11/2019
Added
12/10/2019
Modified
11/10/2020

Description

A denial of service vulnerability exists in Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) when an attacker connects to the target system using RDP and sends specially crafted requests. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could cause the RDP service on the target system to stop responding. To exploit this vulnerability, an attacker would need to run a specially crafted application against a server which provides Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) services. The update addresses the vulnerability by correcting how RDP handles connection requests.

Solution(s)

  • msft-kb4530681-0c00c48e-429c-44ad-bb20-a002317d7ef2
  • msft-kb4530681-cab09647-3de1-4fa5-86ff-43f42248da5b
  • msft-kb4530684-23df10e6-4bbe-4879-b964-a764873d48f4
  • msft-kb4530684-56f74c2f-f41b-4484-8172-6a136360031b
  • msft-kb4530684-5db85b37-63ff-4e38-b386-0e49dee65613
  • msft-kb4530684-917e2475-9fba-411d-9308-1a21925a9e6c
  • msft-kb4530684-af0c14d2-ca3c-4734-b7df-fb681347db92
  • msft-kb4530684-f82cd7d6-31bf-445d-9eb0-580f5caf4345
  • msft-kb4530689-4a482324-88ce-4271-9777-d63e0afbd360
  • msft-kb4530689-74d36f3f-fa38-4304-a739-ae07c7d3480c
  • msft-kb4530689-acded10d-a3f9-4c4f-ac7a-f410b38098f9
  • msft-kb4530692-43dfa206-3c9d-449d-bcb8-c667f99be817
  • msft-kb4530692-47d8e252-ac6d-4d07-ba30-3789160c200b
  • msft-kb4530692-9714c8b1-3b21-484e-9849-9c1e471537b6
  • msft-kb4530692-cf411479-9655-47df-bfa3-62b6deab32b8
  • msft-kb4530692-d191ebc8-0d63-43ce-b908-f92f1fd27310
  • msft-kb4530692-ee1100b1-b2ab-4248-a77f-5d273d279545
  • msft-kb4530698-4356072d-70cf-414d-bdb4-86aea3573cd6
  • msft-kb4530698-44e206f2-1c55-40c0-a3ce-08c5fc121314
  • msft-kb4530698-a5a266c2-dd84-4b48-8b38-573ab428444b
  • msft-kb4530714-37a011b3-c721-4d33-99c2-5d29f2f2f7b7
  • msft-kb4530714-d502a0ca-5d93-40ef-9498-af2adefe51fc
  • msft-kb4530715-5727ed9e-913c-486d-bb4e-d009291f655a
  • msft-kb4530715-76364aa0-71b3-458b-8b51-debf75b3f26d
  • msft-kb4530715-8422f4e2-efbf-4717-8667-3fb7c444943c
  • msft-kb4530717-7ed36733-5a55-4c21-8cbd-2481443e6ed9
  • msft-kb4530717-e497e961-edce-4a33-826b-71d43731218d
  • msft-kb4530717-e5ef643d-05f6-41a4-991a-8380ec8ddaa2
  • msft-kb4530730-21a243ba-4a7f-4ced-b416-fc7b13fd9bb4
  • msft-kb4530730-26757e13-8369-4e19-813d-bf1e73370c55
  • msft-kb4530730-41322212-5351-4586-b7bf-09231644bcd9

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