Started by Skhilled, Apr 02, 2023, 09:25 PM
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QuoteIt is now close to ten years later, with the vulnerability known to be exploited by numerous threat actors. Yet, it remains an opt-in fix that can only be enabled by manually editing the Windows Registry.
Quote"when a fix is optional, the masses aren't going to be protected," [/quoteQuoteBleepingComputer reached out to Microsoft about the continued abuse of this flaw and it only being an opt-in fix but has not received a reply.Quelle Surprise.Note - the article linked by @Skhilled does include the fix - the registry changes to be made manually.
QuoteBleepingComputer reached out to Microsoft about the continued abuse of this flaw and it only being an opt-in fix but has not received a reply.
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