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AtomBombing: The Windows Vulnerability that Cannot be Patched

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AtomBombing: The Windows Vulnerability that Cannot be Patched

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Researchers have discovered a code-injection vulnerability in the Windows operating system that cannot, because of the nature of the operating system, be patched. It could be used to bypass current malware protection solutions in place.

“Unfortunately,” writes enSilo researcher Tal Liberman in a report published Oct. 27, “this issue cannot be patched since it doesn’t rely on broken or flawed code — rather it’s a flaw in how these operating system mechanisms are designed.”

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