What You Need to Know About the Crypt32.dll / CryptoAPI Flaw
As part of today's "Patch Tuesday", Microsoft addressed a critical flaw in the Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 version of crypt32.dll. Crypt32.dll implements the Windows CryptoAPI, which provides various cryptographic features used by software to verify digital signatures. This flaw was originally discovered by the NSA but has not been used in attacks yet. After you install the patches, sign up for this webcast featuring two of the most respected experts on sophisticated vulnerabilities and exploits. In this webcast, you will learn more about the nature of the vulnerability, how it could be exploited, and current recommendations to implement the patches as efficiently as possible.
Webcast URL: https://sans.org/cryptoapi-nb
Speaker: Jake Williams, CEO Rendition InfoSec
Hosted by: Johannes Ullrich, Director of SANS Internet t Center and Dean of Research at SANS Technology Institute