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Windows 10’s Settings page may contain large security hole

The new serious Windows vulnerability is found…in the usual settings page.

One of the most revolutionary features of Windows 10, when it launched, was its new Windows Settings app, which was designed to make configuring the operating system easier than ever, but it may have inadvertently added a major security hole, according to a security researcher.

Source: Windows 10’s Settings page may contain large security hole

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