At the end of August, a Twitter user unveiled details of a zero-day flaw in the Windows task scheduler. This vulnerability, which is present in the vast majority of Windows versions, including the most recent ones, allows if exploited, to take remote control of the attacked machine.
The exposure of this vulnerability can be considered as a blessed bread by hackers who can use it to perpetrate their attacks. The cyber security company Acros Security has therefore worked on the subject, to provide a temporary patch to fix this vulnerability; until Microsoft publishes its official patch.
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