This Windows security attack can disable your antivirus

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Hackers have found a way to disable certain antivirus programs (opens in new tab) programs on Windows devices, allowing them to deploy all kinds of malware on the target devices.

Cybersecurity researchers AhnLab Security observed two such attacks last year, where the attackers found two unpatched vulnerabilities in Sunlogin, remote control software built by a Chinese company, and used them to deploy an obfuscated PowerShell script that disables the victims’ security products. installed.

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