Decade-old remote code execution vulnerability patched in

Valve has patched a critical vulnerability in the Steam client which has lurked undetected for at least 10 years. The vulnerability impacts all versions of the gaming platform.

Decade-old remote code execution vulnerability patched in

Valve has patched a critical vulnerability in the Steam client which has lurked undetected for at least 10 years. The vulnerability impacts all versions of the gaming platform. Tom Court, a security researcher hailing from Context Information Security, discovered the bug and disclosed his findings on Thursday.

Valve’s Steam Client Had A Decade-Old Remote Code

Context senior security researcher, Tom Court, found remote code execution vulnerability in Valve’s Steam client, that seems to have existed there for the past 10 years.

Valve patches decade-old bug that made Steam users’ PCs

Valve patches decade-old bug that made Steam users’ PCs vulnerable Valve patched a 10-year remote code execution bug that could have bitten all Steam clients and allowed attackers to remotely

Decade-old remote code execution vulnerability patched in

The vulnerability impacts Valve has patched a critical vulnerability in the Steam client which has lurked undetected for at least 10 years. Saturday, September 22

Valve patched decade-old bug that hackers could exploit to

While Valve did patch the massive vulnerability, Tom Court, a security researcher at Context Information Security, released the details about the remote code execution (RCE) bug that affected all versions of the Steam gaming client.

Steam had a decade-old security flaw that could allow

Sometimes, vulnerabilities can hang around for years and years without being discovered, and a remote code execution flaw found in Steam has reportedly been a gaping hole in the side of Valve’s

Steam had a decade-old security flaw that could allow

Jun 01, 2018 · Sometimes, vulnerabilities can hang around for years and years without being discovered, and a remote code execution flaw found in Steam has reportedly been a gaping hole in the side of Valve’s gaming service for no less than a decade – although it has now been patched.

Valve Squashes Decade-Old Steam Security Bug, and More

A Very Bad Steam Vulnerability Gets Patched After 10 Years. Vulnerabilities happen. But not many of them persist unnoticed as long as a remote code execution flaw that was recently discovered in

Steam Addresses Decade-Old Vulnerability That Could Have

In fact, Valve gave Court a shoutout in the patch notes of the March 21 client update. The company said: “Fixed a crash when packets in a UDP connection were malformed in a particular way.