Security Newsletter
15 Apr 2024
Telegram fixes Windows app zero-day used to launch Python scripts
Telegram fixed a zero-day vulnerability in its Windows desktop application that could be used to bypass security warnings and automatically launch Python scripts.
Over the past few days, rumors have been circulating on X and hacking forums about an alleged remote code execution vulnerability in Telegram for Windows.
While some of these posts claimed it was a zero-click flaw, the videos demonstrating the alleged security warning bypass and RCE vulnerability clearly show someone clicking on shared media to launch the Windows calculator.
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