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Submission + - USB stick-sploit makes anyone a Windows admin (scmagazine.com.au)

mask.of.sanity writes: A current vulnerability in Windows 7 exists that allows local users to side-step security controls and gain root access.

The low-severity NULL pointer dereference bug focused on NTFS and worked using a crafted USB volume.

Researchers uploaded a short proof of concept video on the exploit.

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USB stick-sploit makes anyone a Windows admin

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