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Microsoft delivers an update to end malware attacks on Windows

Microsoft delivers an update to end malware attacks on Windows

The visibility of Windows as the most widely used system makes it such an interesting security target that Microsoft can't afford to let its guard down. There are constant attacks from malicious clients trying to infect your device with malware. To prevent a large portion of these attacks, Microsoft released a Windows software update.

There are many sources of malware attacks on Windows. Many people exploit flaws in Microsoft's system, but some of them already exist and are the result of developments made by the software giant. It is not shown for this purpose, but rather is an exploration of some of the functions of the system itself.

To prevent the use of one of these items, use Microsoft It just closed Access the known ms-appinstaller URI. This was exploited by attackers and allowed malicious actors to bypass traditional security measures and silently install malware while browsing the Internet.

This capability allowed users to install applications directly from the Internet, without having to download them securely to a computer. With this update, this process ends and you should now download all the apps and run the installer to install the required apps.

Microsoft Windows Security Malware Update

From what was revealed, the attackers were able to use their duly signed and malicious applications. It was suggested to users, who unwittingly installed it, opening the door to attacks and data theft, especially from private banks.

Although this is a known issue, Microsoft now has an additional incentive. The software giant revealed that some well-known groups are making attack attempts and that they only intend to install malware on victims' computers.

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By blocking the ms-appinstaller URI system, Microsoft can protect Windows and ensure that applications to be installed are downloaded. These programs can no longer be installed directly by the browser, sometimes silently, and depend on users actively requesting their installation.