By GoldSparrow in Vulnerability

DejaBlue is a group of Windows PC flaws that are known to primarily affect Remote Desktop Client. The DejaBlue flaw may be leveraged by computer hackers in a way that they can target computers that use Remote Desktop Client, which is a method of connecting a system from another by the way of a remote connection.

By leveraging DejaBlue, computer hackers or cybercrooks could essentially gain control of a vulnerable computer where it can be used to perform malicious actions. Computer users who may use Remote Desktop Client will want to safeguard themselves by using an antimalware resource, which can be used to protect the system and eliminate the threat of DejaBlue in the event of a malware infection.


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