Yet another zero-day (sort of) in Windows “search URL” handling – Naked Security

Just as the dust started to settle on the weirdly-named Follina vulnerability…

… Along came another zero-day Windows security hole.

Sort of.

We’re not convinced that this one is quite as dramatic or as dangerous as some of the headlines seem to suggest (which is why we carefully added the words “sort of” above), but we’re not surprised that researchers are currently looking for new ways to abuse the many proprietary URL types in Windows.

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