Date: 10 months ago   Category: Gadgets

In Windows have found dangerous vulnerability


She is connected with work of the scheduler of tasks. All OS from the version, the 7th on the 10th, enter into risk group. In the Windows operating system new dangerous vulnerability has been found. All versions of OS with the seventh on the tenth support her. Writes Lenta.ru about it. The number of the people affected by actions of malefactors, includes residents of Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Germany, the USA, Great Britain, India, Philippines and Chile. The bug is connected with work of the scheduler of tasks of Windows. I used vulnerability for the target tasks the PowerPool cybergroup. The limited number of users is exposed to the attacks of PowerPool. At the same time hackers actively trace trends and introduce new exploits. The program after hit on the computer executes commands of hackers, transferring them data from the device. Earlier it was reported that the artificial intelligence will be engaged in improvement of process of updating of the Windows 10 operating system. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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