Windows remains vulnerable to serious 18-year-old SMB security flaw

Last updated on September 8th, 2018

A serious security hole leaves millions of Windows users open to attack, making it possible to extract encrypted credentials from a target machine. Researchers at Cylance say the problem affects “any Windows PC, tablet or server” (including Windows 10) and is a slight progression of the Redirect to SMB attack discovered by Aaron Spangler way back in 1997.

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