Major Windows Vulnerability, Even in Windows 10
A Windows security flaw leaves your computer open to attack, letting a hacker take control of your computer. The flaw is even on the brand new operating system, Windows 10.
The vulnerability, which stems from the way Windows operating systems handle fonts. If a user open documents or visits a website with special OpenType fonts, the computer can become susceptible to remote code execution. This would allow n intruder to install programs, have full control over data and even create a new account on the machine with full user privileges.
The flaw is on all currently-supported versions of Microsoft Windows, meaning it's likely on older versions as well, so the patch Microsoft just released won't help anyone still using Windows XP or Windows Server 2003.