[SecurityWeek] Kaspersky Patches Vulnerability That Can Lead to Unbootable System

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Kaspersky published two advisories on Monday to warn customers about a vulnerability that can lead to unbootable systems and a phishing campaign involving messages sent from a Kaspersky email address.

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