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ky331
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DeLL patches SupportAssist

Dell released a security advisory Thursday encouraging customers to patch a software vulnerability in its SupportAssist application that the company says could have enabled hackers to access sensitive information on “several million” machines running Microsoft Windows.

https://www.cyberscoop.com/dell-supportassist-patch-security-vulnerability-microsoft-windows/

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joe53
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Re: DeLL patches SupportAssist

After reading this Forbes article, I am unsure if this problem is solved:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/ajdellinger/2019/06/21/security-vulnerability-in-dell-supportassist-sof...

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