[BleepingComputer] Millions of HP OMEN gaming PCs impacted by driver vulnerability

Millions of HP OMEN laptop and desktop gaming computers are exposed to attacks by a high severity vulnerability that can let threat actors trigger denial of service states or escalate privileges and disable security solutions. […]

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