Windows 10 and Windows 11 users, along with Linux users, face two huge security vulnerabilities it’s been revealed, which could allow hackers to get their hands on sensitive PC data. The newly-identified local privilege escalation vulnerabilities could allow bad actors to take advantage of a simple loophole in the OS to effectively climb through levels of much more important data.
For example, by tapping a more humdrum exploit, hackers could gain simple access to a computer remotely.
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