18th February 2017 by Surur
It seems Microsoft is not only having to battle hackers but also Google to keep Windows secure.
The company’s Project Zero security research wing has once again released a zero-day vulnerability into the wild.
The bug, in Microsoft’s GDI library, is currently unpatched with a proof of concept available.
It affects Windows Vista Service Pack 2 all the way up to Windows 10 but fortunately requires physical access to exploit.
The bug allows hackers to steal information from memory, and affects any apps using the GDI library.
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