Friday, April 16, 2021 15:30 PM (GMT + 7)
Recently, Microsoft has officially released a new update, helping to fix 108 critical vulnerabilities.
This update fixes 108 vulnerabilities, of which 19 are classified as “critical” and 89 are “critical”. A total of 5 zero-day threats are patched in this update.
Through the Win32k vulnerability, hackers can gain access to your computer and have full control over the device, however, this requires user interaction.
Security researcher Boris Larin at Kaspersky Labs said the vulnerability was exploited by a group of hackers called BITTER APT.
Other vulnerabilities such as the Windows NTFS denial of service vulnerability have not been actively exploited. But Microsoft notes that they have been publicly disclosed, meaning everyone knows about them.
To limit attack, users should update the operating system as soon as possible by clicking on the Start menu and selecting Settings – Security & Update – Windows Update – Check for Updates.
Recently, Google has just released two patches for Chrome browser on the computer, although they do not provide detailed information, both vulnerabilities are labeled “high” and have been exploited by hackers.
To update Google Chrome browser, click the three-dot icon in the upper right corner, then select Help – About Google Chrome (about Google Chrome), finally click Relaunch to restart. Browser.
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