Posts with this tag bring up security issues found in Microsoft's graphical operating system or the use of programs on it to practice ethical hacking.

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Felipe Ruiz

Chances are you're vulnerable with Microsoft Office

In this blog post, you can learn what Follina is, how it works, what cyberattacks are linked to it and what you can do as prevention measures.

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Jason Chavarría

Buggy package managers, some only on Windows

Researchers found vulnerabilities in some versions of eight popular package managers. We review how an attacker could exploit them and urge everyone to upgrade.

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Jason Chavarría

Emotet may be back for the crown as king of malware

Emotet reigned as the most dangerous malware before the shutdown of its servers earlier this year. Unfortunately, this month has seen its reappearance.

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Felipe Ruiz

And apply the patches to avoid the PrintNightmare

You can read this post to learn about the nightmare that started to emerge within Windows months ago, which may affect many of its users, including you.

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Andres Roldan

Local Privilege Escalation

In this article we will be able to perform a Local Privilege Escalation using an exploit to HEVD.

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Andres Roldan

Bypassing OS protections

In this article we will defeat some protections using several techniques for exploiting HackSys Extremely Vulnerable Driver

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Andres Roldan

How to crash Windows

This article will be the first approach to start exploiting HackSys Extremely Vulnerable Driver with a Denial of Service

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Andres Roldan

Getting in the deeps of the OS

This post will guide you to setup a lab environment for start exploiting Windows Kernel drivers.

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Andres Roldan

The devil is in the details

This post will show how use reverse engineering techniques and tools to find vulnerabilities on Vulnserver.

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