This security flaw is very intriguing

It’s a privilege-escalation flaw in Linux or Windows that I found interesting. It basically means that privilege can be used to elevate privilege to other accounts if you log in to a system running one of these operating systems. This is something I have never seen before. I assume that other web users have not either heard of it or missed it.

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The Linux kernel was updated in September to address an issue that had been reported previously. Although the vulnerability was not life-threatening immediately, it was still serious because it could have been used to allow privileges in Linux kernel that are normally reserved for system administrators. It is already bad enough. But it gets worse…

Windows and Linux both have vulnerabilities that could cause users to leave their systems. This vulnerability was discovered on Tuesday, which is a busy Tuesday for security professionals. An attacker can gain root access through a file system vulnerability in Linux, which allows them to create a new privilege access hole in Windows.

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An attacker can execute code on the victim’s computer by reading the Security Accounts Manager database. This allows them to run arbitrary code using system privileges. The highest level of Windows security, according to CVE-202-26934. System privileges can be used by the attacker to install programs, modify, delete, or create new users.

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Jonas L, a Twitter researcher, discovered what appeared to have been a coding error in Windows 11 Preview Build. Jonas discovered that users with restricted credentials could access the Security Account Manager’s information.

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The flaw was discovered by him via Twitter. Soon after, users pointed out that it wasn’t just Windows 11. The US Computer Emergency Readiness Team released an advisory, stating that the problem was due to a flaw within the Volume Shadow Copy Service. This Windows feature allows programs to take instant disk snapshots and not lock the drives.