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Author Topic: Microsoft Windows 10 hacked at Tianfu Cup, China’s largest hacking competition  (Read 14 times)
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« on: November 09, 2020, 10:46:39 AM »

Tianfu Cup is China’s largest and most prestigious hacking competition. This year’s Tianfu Cup competition was held over the last weekend. Security researchers won nearly $1.2 million by successfully hacking several popular software products including Microsoft’s Windows 10, Apple iOS, Chrome web browser, Adobe PDF Reader, and Ubuntu.

Security researcher @programmeboy from 360 ESG Vulnerability Research Institute successfully hacked Windows 10 v2004 (April 2020 edition) with a kernel bug.

In the coming days, Microsoft will release a Windows 10 update to fix this new vulnerability.


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