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Windows MSDT Zero-day Vulnerability ‘DogWalk’ Detected by V3

On June 8th, a new Windows Zero-day vulnerability named DogWalk was revealed by Hacker News (thehackernews.com). Similar to that of Follina vulnerability that targeted MS Office document files, this is a vulnerability that occurs from MSDT (Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool), and it has a risk of copying malware in Windows Startup folder upon running the compressed “.diagcab” extension file. Although PC has to be restarted for the malicious file to operate, users are exposed to attacks since no patch has…