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Microsoft CVE-2020-17099: Windows Lock Screen Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability

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Microsoft CVE-2020-17099: Windows Lock Screen Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability

Severity
5
CVSS
(AV:L/AC:L/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:P)
Published
12/08/2020
Created
12/09/2020
Added
12/08/2020
Modified
11/18/2021

Description

Microsoft CVE-2020-17099: Windows Lock Screen Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability

Solution(s)

  • msft-kb4592440-a6cf10ba-58ac-499f-a935-91962821fe51
  • msft-kb4592440-b8c3207f-4469-46b3-9a0f-b4057b54add3
  • msft-kb4592440-f74de6fe-0291-4db2-9008-1d63271dbd16
  • msft-kb4592446-e654bcbd-5662-4aa8-8116-e922a7373832
  • msft-kb4592446-e7f9f2b6-3c08-4795-b97a-503e1cc55c3c
  • msft-kb4592464-28f3868e-7ab5-4fc3-bd3b-c1025eec5528
  • msft-kb4592464-32470836-db0f-4619-ba4e-23136b534216
  • msft-kb4593226-67eab6a6-099b-42c5-86ce-63681f58ebd2
  • msft-kb4593226-c7ae09ef-d592-44c8-a2c1-aca18597de03
  • msft-kb4593226-e1e5bcdd-4e8e-4235-a8aa-e4379460d650

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