Hackers Can Bypass Windows Lockscreen on Remote Desktop Sessions

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The Network Level Authentication (NLA) feature of Windows Remote Desktop Services (RDS) can allow a hacker to bypass the lockscreen on remote sessions, and there is no patch from Microsoft, the CERT Coordination Center at Carnegie Mellon University warned on Tuesday.

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Source: Security Week
Hackers Can Bypass Windows Lockscreen on Remote Desktop Sessions