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Vulnerability details

CVE-2022-1214 is a vulnerability that affects all editions of Internet Explorer, from version 5 to 11. It allows an attacker to force a script on the browser that could lead to information disclosure or privilege escalation.
This vulnerability was discovered by Egor Homakov and independently reported to Microsoft by Adam Boileau.

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New Functions in Windows 10

As of July 29th, Microsoft has released new functions in Windows 10. Particularly, these functions are to help users have a more secure experience and have better control over their privacy. These functions include:
- Cortana and browser integration- Improved Wi-Fi connections with ease- Updated installation process

New Features of the CVE-2022-1214 Security Vulnerability

The new features of the CVE-2022-1214 Security Vulnerability allow for an easier way to spread malware.
It is now possible to insert malicious code into your website and have it distributed further from there.
This vulnerability provides a way to perform "man in the middle" attacks without any external tools.
You can also infect computers by adding your own code into a legitimate program that is downloaded onto the victim's computer.

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