An alarming new way your Windows 10 computer can be hacked.
Just when you thought things couldn’t get much worse for Windows 10 users after a miserable few weeks of security issues from PrintNightmare through to SeriousSAM and even a potential Windows Hello facial recognition bypass, they only went and did.
A security researcher was so fed up with being ignored when reporting a shockingly simple hack that could give any user admin rights on a Windows 10 computer that he tweeted the zero-day exploit. A tweet that quickly went viral.
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