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Fortnite exploit lets you upgrade weapons much faster

Fortnite Season 3 is almost two weeks old, so most players have been able to work their way around the new locations on the map. We have some brand-new POIs along with several returning ones, meaning it’s time to analyze some of the best places to land.For this review, we took a look at popularity,…

Exploit code for wormable flaw on unpatched Windows devices released online

COMING TO A NETWORK NEAR YOU — Once elusive, remote code execution is looking increasingly likely. Dan Goodin - Jun 6, 2020 2:42 pm UTC A researcher has published exploit code for a Microsoft Windows vulnerability that, when left unpatched, has the potential to spread from computer to computer with no user interaction. So-called wormable…

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