Bugs in ProtonVPN, NordVPN Left Windows Vulnerable to Hackers

Adam Smith reports:

ProtonVPN and NordVPN were exposed to vulnerabilities that could have allowed hackers to execute arbitrary code with administrator privileges on computers running Windows.

The bugs, CVE-2018-3952 (affecting NordVPN) and CVE-2018-4010 (affecting ProtonVPN), were discovered by Cisco Talos security researchers and are similar to another security flaw (tracked as CVE-2018-10169) discovered in March by security consulting firm VerSprite.

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