A security researcher discovered a new bug in Windows 10. A command prompt or code entered in the browser’s address line causes the operating system to give a blue screen.
The number of critical errors in Windows 10 is increasing day by day. A vulnerability was recently discovered in the operating system that could allow NTFS file systems to be disabled. Now it has emerged that Windows 10 can be crashed with a single command.
Security researcher Jonas Lykkegaard found an error that caused the operating system to crash instantly. If you enter the following line at a command prompt or in the address bar of the internet browser, the system gives a blue screen (BSOD). Of course, we don’t give you advice on trying:
Why is the error caused?
According to Jonas Lykkegaard, the code entered pushes the browser to view the computer’s internal file system instead of opening a web page. As a result of this manipulation, the user’s computer freezes with a blue screen error.
These vulnerabilities in Windows 10 can be used by hackers to remotely disable the victim’s computer. Micorosoft has announced that it is conducting research on the issue and will release updates for the affected devices as soon as possible.