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Microsoft downplays alarm over Windows Defender 'flaw'



<quote>To be successful, an attacker would first need to convince a user to give manual consent to execute an unknown binary from an untrusted remote location. The user would also need to click through additional warnings in order to grant the attacker Administrator privileges</quote>

Isn't this the standard behaviour of most people? Absolutely nothing out of the ordinary as far I can tell.

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