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Emil_Loenneberg SE

Windows 10 vulnerability?

5 minutes ago, Emil_Loenneberg SE said:

Has their been a new Windows 10 vulnerability or had it been hacked?

What are you talking about?

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5 minutes ago, Emil_Loenneberg SE said:

Has their been a new Windows 10 vulnerability or had it been hacked?

What are you talking about?


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I dont really know if there was, but ill write it here once it happens to me xD 

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2 minutes ago, Emil_Loenneberg SE said:

Eh, it's just a privilege-escalation issue. The same rules apply, as always: don't download and run stupid shit on your PC and keep your Windows up-to-date.


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Every month they patch dozens of serious vulnerabilities.  So that's nothing special.

 

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To exploit this vulnerability, an attacker would first have to log on to the system.

As long as you don't invite the hacker into your house and have remote access disabled, I wouldn't worry too much. 

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1 minute ago, Captain Chaos said:

As long as you don't invite the hacker into your house and have remote access disabled, I wouldn't worry too much. 

It's worded poorly, they don't mean that someone would have to physically access the PC. They just mean that a malicious person need to already have a local access, ie. like getting a dumb user to run an .exe they got in an email.


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Just now, WereCatf said:

They just mean that a malicious person need to already have a local access, ie. like getting a dumb user to run an .exe they got in an email.

Ah, ok.  Yeah, then it's worded VERY poorly indeed.

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There are a ton of new Windows/MacOSX/Linux vulnerabilities regularly. That's why you have to update your systems.

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