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Microsoft CVE-2020-0621: Windows Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability

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Microsoft CVE-2020-0621: Windows Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability

Severity
2
CVSS
(AV:L/AC:L/Au:N/C:N/I:P/A:N)
Published
01/14/2020
Created
01/15/2020
Added
01/14/2020
Modified
01/20/2020

Description

A security feature bypass vulnerability exists in Windows 10 when third party filters are called during a password update. Successful exploitation of the vulnerability could allow a user to make use of a blocked password for their account. To exploit the vulnerability, an attacker would need have access and the current password for the target user. The update addresses how password filters are called during a password update.

Solution(s)

  • msft-kb4534273-1fc77237-e468-44bc-8e45-6e9c71db435f
  • msft-kb4534273-21037827-2824-4ffc-b51a-e9529f95add9
  • msft-kb4534273-6d10f5d9-bc82-4742-8ce3-6589ecdae601
  • msft-kb4534276-4324ac04-5bcf-4bf7-a79e-c68ced90d0e4
  • msft-kb4534276-a84fe9a9-c446-447d-8830-7dc36dbf31e1
  • msft-kb4534293-0ced42ab-867a-446a-855a-94e08338eee0
  • msft-kb4534293-1ea91d13-ca0b-4fba-9d4c-a453eb7db8fe
  • msft-kb4534293-cfac930f-4c55-4444-acbb-66f6812d4b2a

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