'Potentially dangerous' flaw could allow ransomware attacks on Microsoft SharePoint and OneDrive

Researchers from Proofpoint says that cyberattacks could be carried out in such a way that it makes files unrecoverable

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'Potentially dangerous' flaw could allow ransomware attacks on Microsoft SharePoint and OneDrive

A "potentially dangerous" piece of functionality has been found in Microsoft Office 365 that could allow ransomware to encrypt files stored on SharePoint and OneDrive. Researchers from Proofpoin...

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