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Related to security concerns specific to the Microsoft Windows operating system itself. For security of applications that happen to be running on Windows, please use [appsec]. For the X Window System, please use [x11].

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On Wikipedia page we can read that "Windows FAX DLL injection" exploit would allow a user with malicious intents to hide its own malware under the DLL of another application. How does it work exactly? Does popular antiviruses successfully detect such DLL injections of this type? …
asked Mar 11 '17 by kenorb