In detail, the vulnerability involves the way that Microsoft uses digital signatures to verify that the software is authentic. If exploited, would allow hackers to spoof the signature linked to parts of the software, being able to pass off a malicious code to a legitimate software.
Both Microsoft and the Nsa have stated that they have not found evidence of exploitation of the vulnerability by malicious people, and have urged to immediately install the "patch" yet, regarding Windows 10, Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019.
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