Friday, 17 April 2015

18-year-old Windows bug; love Apple or hate it?

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18-year-old Windows bug allows attackers to harvest credentials

A vulnerability first reported in 1997 can be used by attackers to harvest credentials. Although this is even easier to exploit now, a Microsoft rep is downplaying the risk.

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