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Latest Win10 0-day with 17 character unprivileged command


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cd c:\:$i30:$bitmap

That is it.  Or c:\:$i30:$bitmap inside of a shortcut file would do the job.  This will cause immediate corruption in Win10 builds 1803 or later.  It will cause prompts to reboot to repair the disk and then chkdsk on boot will be unable to repair.  This sounds quite dangerous as it makes downloading zip or rar archives and extracting them potentially harmful if they contain such a shortcut .lnk in them.


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