Unpatched Windows Kernel Bug Could Help Malware Hinder Detection


A 17-year-old programming error has been discovered in Microsoft’s Windows kernel that could prevent some security software from detecting malware at runtime when loaded into system memory.

The security issue, described by enSilo security researcher Omri Misgav, resides in the kernel routine “PsSetLoadImageNotifyRoutine,” which apparently impacts all versions of Windows operating systems


Source: TheHackersNews Unpatched Windows Kernel Bug Could Help Malware Hinder Detection