A Chinese speaking advanced persistent threat APT group had been exploiting a zero day Windows vulnerability, which got a patch from Microsoft on Tuesday, according to Kaspersky researchers. Security solutions firm Kaspersky was credited with finding the exploited Win32k elevation of privilege vulnerability CVE 2021 40449 , which is present in most Windows client and server systems, but not in Windows 11. Kaspersky explained how it detected the zero day problem in a Tuesday post . Researchers...

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