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    Yikes! microsoft better already be on this bitch.
     
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    Mod, please edit my typo in the title. It should be NTFS.
     
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    This is so terrible...
    Do not download suspicious things...
     
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    Attackers can hide the line of code inside a ZIP file, folder, or even a Windows shortcut file. If the bug is exploited correctly, it can corrupt a drive without someone even opening the malicious file. BleepingComputer found that once a shortcut file was downloaded to a Windows 10 PC and is viewed within a folder, Windows Explorer will attempt to display the files' icon. As a result, the attack will take place and an NTFS hard drive will be corrupted.
     
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