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NVIDIA Patches High-Severity GeForce Spoof-Attack Bug

Vulnerability in NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience software opens door to remote data access, manipulation and deletion.

Nvidia Warns Windows Gamers of High-Severity Graphics Driver Flaws

Nvidia, which makes gaming-friendly graphics processing units (GPUs), on Thursday fixed a slew of high-severity flaws affecting its graphics driver. The vulnerabilities allow bad actors to cripple systems with denial of service attacks, escalate privileges, tamper with data or sniff out sensitive data.

NVIDIA patches high severity GeForce Experience vulnerabilities

NVIDIA released a security update for the Windows NVIDIA GeForce Experience (GFE) app to address vulnerabilities that could enable attackers to execute arbitrary code, escalate privileges, gain access to sensitive info, or trigger a denial of service (DoS) state on systems running unpatched software.

Use an NVIDIA GPU? Check whether you need security updates

NVIDIA has released important security updates for the NVIDIA GPU Display Driver and the NVIDIA Virtual GPU software. Use them right now.

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