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Microsoft has now published a new security alert advising billions of users of new critical 0-day vulnerabilities

Microsoft has now published a new security alert advising billions of users of new critical 0-day vulnerabilities in home Windows that could allow hackers to power over targeted computers from a remote location. Microsoft notes that every home windows system is Vulnerable , which  include the old Versions of Windows Os


  • MS-DOS
  • Windows 1.0 – 2.0 (which runs from 1985-1992)
  • Windows 3.0 – 3.1 (1990–1994) 
  • Windows 95 (1995)
  • Windows 98 (1998)
  • Windows ME (2000)
  • Windows NT (1993-1996)
  • Windows 2000 (2000)
  • Windows XP (2001)
  • Windows Vista (2006)
  • Windows 7 (2009) Microsoft End support on January 2020
Microsoft ended their support  to all the above listed Windows Versions
  • Windows 8 (2012)
And own famous Windows 10 .

Microsoft explains,the bug can be found in Adobe Type Manager Library  a font parsing tools now not only search the content material when opening a document for the third-birthday celebration, but also displays the content of a file in a plane view without the need for users to open it.

When Windows Adobe Library not Properly Handle, Type 1 PostScript format which found in Adobe Type Manager Library  Allowing attackers to remotely execute malicious code systems by persuading a customer to open a specially crafted file.

Microsoft not clear whether the vulnerability can also cause remotely by a Web browser by persuading a person to visit the internet page containing mostly malicious OTF fonts, an attacker might want to exploit the vulnerability in more than one way, including via the net-disbursed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) template service.


Microsoft Annouce in a blog post ,they are aware and Patch will be released to Windows clients.For Now Windows users are strongly encouraged to disable the Windows Explorer Preview Pane and your  WebClient service.



After this Simple instruction Reset your Laptop/PC .

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