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Windows 10 WARNING - PCs vulnerable to hack after shock security risk discovered   

Windows 10 users have been warned about a new security risk which could open PCs up to an attack.

Microsoft's flagship operating system can be hacked into via the Windows Hello facial authentication system, cybersecurity experts have warned.

Windows Hello lets users unlock their device simply with their face or with a fingerprint.

But security researchers from German firm SYSS managed to defeat the face scanning feature with a printed picture.

The cybersecurity experts were able to defeat Windows Hello on Windows 10 systems that have not yet received the Fall Creators Update.

SYSS said on these systems a "simple spoofing attack using a modified printed photo of an authorised person" can crack open Windows Hello.

The researchers claim this attack works against multiple versions of Windows 10 and on different hardware, ZDNet reported.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2l8Lw1y

Published on December 25, 2017 by Paul Illingworth

 

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