Security researcher uncovers ingenious exploit compromising Trend Micro, Kaspersky, ZoneAlarm and other anti-virus software packages

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Security researcher uncovers ingenious exploit compromising Trend Micro, Kaspersky, ZoneAlarm and other anti-virus software packages

Security flaw requires local administrative privileges

A security researcher has demonstrated an exploit that works with a number of widely used anti-virus software packages, enabling attackers to circumvent the protection that anti-virus and anti-malware...

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