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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Situation sadly normal at Microsoft.
Only appears exploitable in Wi-Fi Direct mode.
Also simplifies reverse-engineering, mind you.
Keystone update tool to blame
B-1 stepping fine for 'PC Usage.'
Steal private data via the network.
Gobbles up CPU cycles.
...it's not what it sounds like, honest.
Brings old firmware out of retirement.
Update now if you're a user.
Leaves users' traffic exposed.
Rates flaw as 'critical.'
Patch, or disable HT, now.
Only versions pre-Windows 8 affected.
Nasty, but difficult to exploit.
Android variant vulnerable to forgery.
Avast, Sophos users affected.
Two high severity.
Update to 3.18 now.
90 day deadline expires.
Will ignore hardware encryption unless forced.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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