Exploit code for Windows 10 zero-day flaw in Task Scheduler released by security researcher

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A security researcher has released details of a zero-day vulnerability affecting Windows 10's Task Scheduler. Image via Pixabay
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A security researcher has released details of a zero-day vulnerability affecting Windows 10's Task Scheduler. Image via Pixabay

Zero-day vulnerability uncovered by SandboxEscaper is a local privilege escalation flaw that hackers can exploit with 100 per cent success rate

A security researcher has released details of a zero-day vulnerability affecting the Task Scheduler in Windows 10. The security flaw could enable attackers to gain full control of either Windows 10 or...

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