[HackerNews] How to Mitigate Microsoft Windows 10, 11 SeriousSAM Vulnerability

Microsoft Windows 10 and Windows 11 users are at risk of a new unpatched vulnerability that was recently disclosed publicly.
As we reported last week, the vulnerability — SeriousSAM — allows attackers with low-level permissions to access Windows system files to perform a Pass-the-Hash (and potentially Silver Ticket) attack. 
Attackers can exploit this vulnerability to obtain hashed passwords

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