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A 20-year-old Windows security weak spot has just been patched

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July 14, 2016
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Whenever software is updated, security experts are usually pretty quick to spot flaws that could lead to malware infections, aided by various bug bounties and the like. Some potential flaws however slip through the net for days, weeks, months, years and - very rarely - decades. Vectra Networks has found one such flaw that dates back around 20 years.

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