The latest version of Microsoft Windows XP is vulnerable to an exploit, according to a new vulnerability scan.
The flaw affects all versions of Windows XP through version 10.
The vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution and a denial of service, the researchers at ESET have warned.
The vulnerability affects all Windows versions up to XP.
It is possible to exploit the flaw in a remote attack if you have installed a vulnerable version of the operating system, ESET said.
It also has the potential to be exploited in a denial-of-service attack by a large, remote attacker who knows how to exploit vulnerabilities in the operating systems hardware.
The Windows XP vulnerability can be exploited by a number of different types of attackers, including those who have previously exploited Windows XP, but ESET’s report does not name any specific attacker.
In addition, ESSET has identified another vulnerability, which was discovered by the same researchers earlier this month, that is similar to the current Windows XP exploit.
The ESET researchers said they have not yet tested the new vulnerabilities and are currently working on a test to ensure the software is safe.
The researchers also warned against installing the new version of Windows due to a number potential issues.
The latest version has a number more security holes that are harder to exploit, and it does not have a full set of security improvements like Microsoft’s patch, which is the most widely deployed.
The new version is also a lot more likely to be installed than the previous version, and this has led to some confusion among the public.
Affected softwareThe new versions of the software are the same as the current versions.
The vulnerabilities affecting the current version are identified by Microsoft’s CVE-2015-3890 and CVE-2016-1854, both of which are listed as “high severity”.
The vulnerabilities listed as high severity are CVE-2017-8271 and CVE‐2017-8550.
In total, Microsoft has released more than 500 security fixes since it began updating its Windows operating system in March.
The security fixes for all versions are available through the Windows Update web site.