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DLL hijacking problems make millions of computers vulnerable

darknet DLL hijacking problems make millions of computers vulnerable
Darknet DLL hijacking problems make millions of computers vulnerable

Updated July 18, 2019

Millions of computers built by Dell and other companies
OEMs are at risk of crashing into existing machines
SportAssist software that supports distance learning
Get special equipment.

High Road Risk (CVE-2019-12280) a
Component SupportAssist is a proven application
It is installed on your computer and monitors you and notifies you of any danger.
Dell for weapons. It was developed by PC-Doctor
Which develops software for computer computers and laptops
Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM).

Found by security researcher Plaid Heather at the Safebridge Center
Violation, Dale announced the popularity of SportAssist
A Windows device is another program
This loss can affect many missing Dell users.

A story published by PC-Doctor.

Dale wants to
Minimize errors, fix only users or
Develop your own support plan. For many users
Only upgrades and currently 90% of customers
A Dell spokesman said: I have a patch.

Useful games,
They are safe with tools and equipment and try their best
Freedom of access. Being part of the PC-Doctor driver team is a risk
Sleep in support games. Provides access to game support
Complex devices (such as full memory or PCI).

The device has a powerful Deluxe Download Database (DLL)
An error makes a claim easy to reject: failure
DLL service. A DLL is a file that is used to view multiple files
Windows for Windows.

When loading DLL to the application: No digital certificate
Binary testing is done. The plan has not yet been confirmed
Instant DLL signed or not. So it will load
Certainly no DLL signed.

Because PC-Doctor has signed Microsoft kernel-type certificates and SYSTEM access if malicious people can
Get DLL resolution and approval, as well as minimum access to read and write connections
Includes body memory, BIOS, and more.

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