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Windows 7: Microsoft insists UAC vulnerability is not a flaw

01 Feb 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
Microsoft insists UAC vulnerability is not a flaw

Yesterday we reported on a major UAC security flaw where malicious hackers could potentially execute a script on a users machine by tricking into them into opening a disguised exe. This script would disable UAC without user interaction and without the users knowledge.

A Microsoft spokesperson has provided Neowin with a response to the issue:
more: Microsoft insists UAC vulnerability is not a flaw

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01 Feb 2009   #2

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Thanks Aaron,


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