A new security issue in the tech giant Microsoft’s Windows 10 S has been discovered by the tech giant Google’s engineers, moreover, tech giant Microsoft’s Windows 10 S supposedly is the secure operating system contains a bug that allows the execution of arbitrary external code.
It is not the first time that the tech giant Google’s Project Zero team has found a vulnerability in Windows 10, nor does it appear to be the last. After giving the tech giant Microsoft 90 days to solve the problem and that they do not succeed by carelessness or lack of time to patch, then later the tech giant Google has released this failure to get the colours back again to Windows 10 S.
It is surprising that the tech giant Microsoft is selling Windows 10 S as the most secure operating system version since it does not accept application installations outside of the company’s official store.
Still, there are flaws in Windows 10 S, and this security bug has been found in Windows 10 systems that use Device Guard. This bug allows attackers to bypass the Windows lock using a bug in .NET that allows the execution of arbitrary code.
Although the tech giant Microsoft has come to request up to two extensions of the period of 90 days to resolve the ruling since Google has refused to consider that they have had more than time to solve this ruling that endangers consumers. However, from Google, it is noted that Microsoft was informed of the ruling on January 19 and at this time has not yet been resolved.
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