Archive for the ‘Windows 10 hacking’ Category

New GhostHook Attack Bypasses Windows 10 PatchGuard Protections

June 23rd, 2017

Vulnerabilities discovered in Microsoft PatchGuard kernel protection could allow hackers to plant rootkits on computers running the company’s latest and secure operating system, Windows 10.

Researchers at CyberArk Labs have developed a new attack technique which could allow hackers to completely bypass PatchGuard, and hook a malicious kernel code (rootkits) at the kernel level.


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Shadow Brokers, Who Leaked WannaCry SMB Exploit, Are Back With More 0-Days

May 16th, 2017

The infamous hacking collective Shadow Brokers – the one who leaked the Windows SMB exploit in public that led to last weekend’s WannaCrypt menace – are back, this time, to cause more damage.

In typically broken English, the Shadow Brokers published a fresh statement (with full of frustration) a few hours ago, promising to release more zero-day bugs and exploits for various desktop and mobile

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Bypassing Windows Security by modifying 1 Bit Only

February 13th, 2015

Among several vulnerabilities, Microsoft on Tuesday patched a critical vulnerability that could be exploited by hackers to bypass security measures on all versions of Windows operating systems from XP to Windows 10, just by modifying a single bit.

The local privilege escalation vulnerability (CVE-2015-0057) could give attackers total control of the victims’ machines, explains Udi Yavo, the

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