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New Windows Kernel Vulnerability Bypasses UAC

November 25th, 2010 11:14 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

xsee writes “A new vulnerability in the Windows kernel was disclosed Wednesday that could allow malware to attain administrative privileges by bypassing User Account Control (UAC). Combined with the unpatched Internet Explorer vulnerability in the wild this could be a very bad omen for Windows users.”

Source: New Windows Kernel Vulnerability Bypasses UAC

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