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2018-05-03 | Windows host compute service shim RCE, Grep by b0rk, and MS EDGE - Address bar spoof

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TWEET OF THE DAY

  • Welp, it turns out the #Meltdown patches for Windows 10 had a fatal flaw: calling NtCallEnclave returned back to user space with the full kernel page table directory, completely undermining the mitigation. This is now patched on RS4 but not earlier builds -- no backport?? - @aionescu

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