Vulnerabilities found in more than 40 Windows device drivers that could be exploited to compromise PCs and servers

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The drivers belong to 20 Microsoft-certified hardware and BIOS vendors, including Intel and Huawei

More than 40 Windows device drivers contain security vulnerabilities that could be exploited to perpetrate elevation of privilege attacks on PCs and servers.  That's according to specialists at ...

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