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Windows 10 update patches up a frightful security hole – TechRadar

Windows 10 vulnerability has reportedly existed since 2018



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Microsoft has finally fixed a vulnerability in Windows 10 that could potentially enable threat actors to crash the operating system simply by opening a specially crafted folder.
According to reports, Microsoft initially patched the bug in Windows Insider builds in February, before pushing it to all Windows 10 users last week with the latest round of Patch Tuesday updates.
Tracked as CVE-2021-28312, the vulnerability has reportedly been classified as a distributed denial of services (DDoS) flaw.

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