The NSA took the unusual step for an intelligence agency of on the matter, writing the critical vulnerability affected Windows and would allow “attackers to defeat trusted network connections and deliver executable code while appearing as legitimately trusted entities.” That could possibly compromise security features including , signed files and emails, and “signed executable code launched as user mode processes,” according to the NSA. The NSA added in the release that “it assesses the...

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