Security Specialist Naseri learned how to access any version of Windows
Security Specialist Abdelhamid Naceri described how to hack any version Windows. This is reported by Bleeping Computer.
Naseri learned how to access an OS from Microsoft through a series of steps that he outlined on GitHub. Using a zero-day vulnerability, hackers can elevate their own privileges and take control of the system.
Microsoft has previously responded to the issue by assigning the identifier CVE-2021-41379 to the vulnerability and also releasing a fix in the November update. However, Naseri believes that the Windows patches did not fix the problem. According to the expert, the system flaw allows you to hack Windows 10, Windows 11 and Windows Server.
The Bleeping Computer journalists tested the method described by the expert and were able to quickly elevate the privileges of a user who did not have administrator rights. When asked by the authors about why Abdelhamid Naseri spoke about the method of hacking Windows publicly, the specialist replied that he did it because he was disappointed with the modest payments Microsoft paid for found errors in the OS.
At the end of November, it became known that that a problematic Intel audio driver caused a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) on Windows 11. “To fix the problem, you will need to check with your device manufacturer to see if an updated driver is available and install it,” the corporation said./p>