Needless to say, this is a testing update, and the changelog includes four different fixes, one of which concerns a possible elevation of privilege vulnerability in the win32k component.
Furthermore, the Redmond-based software giant says it resolved a bug that could have damaged the file system on some devices after running chkdsk /f. Needless to say, this made it impossible for these devices to boot up, so this is quite an important fix that testers are now supposed to give a try to before the same improvement is released to everybody next week.
Microsoft says it also resolved another vulnerability related to the printing operation.
“We fixed a security vulnerability by preventing applications that run as a SYSTEM account from printing to “FILE:” p… (read more)
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