Zerologon is now affecting NAS devices


Some network-attached storage (NAS) devices could be vulnerable to the Windows Zerologon security flaw, according to NAS manufacturer QNAP. Attackers could exploit the bug to bypass security measures remotely. NAS devices running a vulnerable version of the QTS operating system are deemed to be at risk.

In addition, NAS devices must be configured as a Windows domain controller to be exploited by a threat actor. This is admittedly not a particularly common occurrence but IT managers may decide to use NAS devices to configure user accounts and security, so it is a possibility.

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