Windows 7 security fixes related to Aero effects
Aero image-related security flaws in 64-bit versions of Windows 7 ultimate product key and Server 2008 R2 have been discovered by Microsoft. With this vulnerability, hackers can exploit it to take control of a user's computer, according to PCAdvisor.
Jerry Bryant, a spokesman for the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC), said that if the vulnerability was exploited, it could potentially affect the computer and cause the system to restart.
However, according to Microsoft's assessment, the vulnerability is only defined at level 3 (the lowest level of security concerns). With this score, Microsoft believes that hackers will not be able to offer exploit codes to attack users' PCs within the next 30 days. Therefore, the company is not in a hurry to issue a patch.
And in the meantime, Microsoft office 2016 product key advises users to disable the Aero effect to protect their systems. To do this, go to the Start menu, select Control Panel, click on Appearance and Personalization. Under Presentation, users click on Change the Theme and click on the option Basic and High Contrast Themes.