Google security bod finds security flaw in Microsoft Windows 10 password manager

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Google security bod finds security flaw in Microsoft Windows 10 password manager

Critical security update released for Microsoft password management software

A security researcher working for American technology giant Google claims to have identified a security flaw in a password management tool often bundled with Windows 10. Tavis Ormandy, for whom ...

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