Microsoft is working on developing comprehensive mitigation for a class of Windows bugs that have plagued the operating system for more than two decades.
Israeli security researcher Gil Dabah told ZDNet that a fix is currently in the works.
Earlier today, Dabah published proof-of-concept code and a report detailing 25 bugs, all exploiting variations on the same type of vulnerability.
BUG CLASS IMPACTS THE OLD WIN32K COMPONENT
Dabah’s work expands on an attack surface in the Windows operating system that’s been known since the mid-90s.