A threat actor hidden behind Tor nodes is scanning for Windows systems vulnerable to BlueKeep flaw.
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Dell has released a second patch in as many months for its laptop bloatware known as SupportAssist, a utility that’s meant to help solve problems but which could give hackers a way to compromise a vulnerable computer.
Dell has released updates for SupportAssist for Business and SupportAssist for Home due to vulnerabilities found in a component called PC Doctor, a product from a US vendor that sells diagnostics software to hardware OEMs to monitor a system’s health.
It’s likely this bug has a wide impact because SupportAssist ships with most Dell laptops and computers running Windows 10.
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Dell patched a serious bug in SupportAssist in April after an independent security researcher found the support tool could be used by remote attackers to take over millions…