Microsoft patches serious Wi-Fi vulnerability on Windows, users should update immediately!

 Microsoft's latest security update fixes a dangerous remote code execution bug in Windows Wi-Fi drivers.

Microsoft has just released an important security patch in the June Patch Tuesday, aimed at fixing 51 vulnerabilities, including a serious vulnerability in the Windows Wi-Fi driver. This vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2024-30078, can be exploited for remote code execution, allowing hackers to take control of a victim's computer via a Wi-Fi connection.

Serious vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi driver have been fixed by Microsoft.

Although Microsoft rates the danger of this vulnerability as "Important" and the possibility of exploitation as "less likely", Windows users, especially those who frequently use Wi-Fi, public, you should still be cautious and update the patch immediately.

According to Microsoft, an attacker only needs to be near the target computer and send a malicious packet to exploit this vulnerability, without requiring any authentication. This means that users can be attacked even when using Wi-Fi in public locations such as cafes, airports, shopping centers...

In addition to the Wi-Fi vulnerability, Microsoft's June patch also fixes many other security vulnerabilities, including a serious vulnerability in Microsoft Message Queuing. Therefore, updating this patch is essential to ensure system safety.

Patch Tuesday is a regular activity of Microsoft, taking place on the second Tuesday of every month, to release security patches for Windows and other products. This is considered one of the most important measures to protect users from cyber security threats.

A developer has successfully exploited a system error of the iOS platform and transformed unique application icons.

The technology world is abuzz with information about a newly discovered vulnerability in iOS, allowing developers to create dynamic application icons.

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Researcher Bryce Bostwick announced the discovery, saying the vulnerability leverages the official iOS API to provide alternative icons, but bypasses the user confirmation step. This means that applications can arbitrarily change their icons in the background, creating dynamic effects such as flashing, rotating,...

Icons on iOS can "dance" if a new vulnerability is exploited.

Bostwick demonstrates this capability by creating some simple animated icons. He suggested that the feature could be used to notify users about new events in the app, such as new messages or missed calls.

However, abuse of this vulnerability can cause unpleasant user experiences, such as causing confusion or distraction. Therefore, applications that exploit this vulnerability will likely be rejected by Apple on the App Store.

App icons on iOS "animate" quite interestingly.

This discovery comes amid rumors that Apple will overhaul the home screen on iOS 18, allowing users to move icons freely and customize colors. However, there is still no confirmation whether iOS 18 will support animated icons or not.

It is expected that iOS 18 will be announced at the WWDC 2024 event on June 10. The technology world is looking forward to the new changes that Apple will bring to its mobile operating system.

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