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Nvidia Display Driver Service Attack Escalates Privileges On Windows Machines 129

Posted by timothy
from the knowledge-counteracts dept.
L3sPau1 writes "A zero-day exploit has been found in the Nvidia Display Driver Service on Windows machines. An attacker with local access can use the exploit to gain root privileges on a Windows machine. Windows domains with relaxed firewall rules or file sharing enabled can also pull off the exploit, which was posted to Pastebin by researcher Peter Winter-Smith."
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Nvidia Display Driver Service Attack Escalates Privileges On Windows Machines

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