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Critical Windows 10 Browser Flaw Causes Chaos As Users Race To Fix It

Windows Media Player, Microsoft print to PDF and local USB printers are all currently plagued by a critical vulnerability mitigation in the Windows 10 browser. The US government issued a critical update now alert for all consumers operating on Microsoft Windows 10. The NSA reported the flaw, and a patch was released as part of Microsoft’s monthly Patch Tuesday system.
However, data shows that a large portion of users have yet to update to the newest version of the patch. Microsoft also faces a critical zero-day vulnerability that was publicly confirmed on January 17th as being actively exploited. The bug also warranted announcement from the US government, and the flaw has yet to be fixed.

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