Error in Windows, Microsoft requests quick updates. Microsoft has released an updated version for all users of Windows 7 and later, fixing the ‘Folina’ bug. They have also asked users to update Windows quickly to stay safe. Microsoft found the bug last April. Since then, the company has been secretly working on an updated version.
It is known that Microsoft Diagnostic Tool, which is connected to the Windows operating system, is responsible for the ‘Folina’ error. Using this security flaw, hackers could take control of desktop or laptop computers running the Windows operating system by sending special types of word files whenever they wanted.
Although it was discovered in April, Microsoft initially kept the error a secret. But last month, a Tokyo-based cybersecurity researcher discovered the flaw in Windows. Meanwhile, a group of Chinese hackers have also carried out cyber attacks on various institutions in Tibet using the error.