System. Even if your computer was not manufactured by Dell, it is possible that a new vulnerability affecting millions of people may concern you.
SafeBreach Lab Researchers on Monday reported a serious drawback in the Dell Support Utility. And this can allow attackers to inject malicious code onto your business or home computer, ultimately gaining full control over the system by escalating privileges. It was originally announced on April 29. Dell confirmed the error one month later and an adjustment was released at the end of last month.
that the application loads DLL files from a folder accessible to users spruces, which means that the files can be replaced and used for the loading and execution of malicious payload.
There are concerns that the flaw could also affect non-Dell computers.
SupportAssist is a re-branded version of the Windows PC-Doctor Toolbox hardware diagnostics tool. This product is also rebranded as: Corsair ONE Diagnostics, Corsair Diagnostics, Staples EasyTech Diagnostics, Tobii I-Series Diagnostic Tool, and Tobii Dynavox Diagnostic Tool.
The most effective way to prevent hijacking of a DLL provider. To fix this error, or enable automatic updates to do the job, or download the latest Dell SupportAssist for business PCs (x86 or x64) or home computers (here).
You can read the full version of Lab Labs report here.