Microsoft is releasing urgent patches to fix a vulnerability in its popular Windows operating system for the second month in a row.
Researchers at Mandiant identified the flaw as a zero-day and identified it as an elevation of privilege problem in the Windows Common Log File System driver. Redmond cautions that an attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could obtain SYSTEM privileges in an advisory describing CVE-2023-28252.
As is customary, Microsoft did not release any IOCs (indicators of compromise) to assist defenders in looking for signs of infections or provide any additional information on the zero-day exploitation.
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