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Serious Skype vulnerability requires a “large code revision” to fix

A recently discovered serious vulnerability in Skype that could give an attacker system-level privileges won’t be patched anytime soon as Microsoft Corp. has indicated that the fix requires a “large code revision.” The vulnerability, discovered by security researcher Stefan Kanthak, allows a hacker to maliciously modify the Skype updater to draw on a malicious DLL library instead of the genuine […] The post Serious Skype vulnerability requires a “large code revision” to fix appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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