Security researchers have unveiled an exploit for a recently patched vulnerability in Microsoft Windows that is already being actively exploited by threat actors. Experts Unveil Exploit for Recent
The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2023-29336, is a remote code execution (RCE) bug in the Win32k component of Windows. It was patched by Microsoft as part of its June 2023 Patch Tuesday updates.
Well in The exploit was developed by security researchers at Numen Cyber. It works by abusing a heap corruption bug in the Win32k component. The exploit can be used to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable system with SYSTEM privileges.
Numen Cyber has reported the vulnerability to Microsoft and the company has confirmed that it is aware of the issue. Microsoft has also released a security patch for the vulnerability.
also, Threat actors have already started exploiting the vulnerability in the wild. Security researchers have observed attacks against Windows systems using the exploit.
Well in Users are advised to install the security patch for CVE-2023-29336 as soon as possible to protect their systems from exploitation.
How to protect yourself:
To protect yourself from this vulnerability, you should:
- Install the security patch for CVE-2023-29336 as soon as possible.
- Use a firewall to block unauthorized incoming connections.
- Keep your software up to date.
- Use strong passwords and enable two-factor authentication.
- Be careful about what websites you visit and what files you open.
- Use a security solution to scan your system for malware.
By following these tips, you can help to protect your system from exploitation. Experts Unveil Exploit for Recent