Razer Synapse Zero-day Allows User To Gain Windows 10 Admin Rights By Plugging In a Mouse

Plugging a Razer device into the Windows 10 or Windows 11 makes the system download and install Razer Synapse software, which is used to help users configure their devices.

According to security researcher jonhat on Twitter, a zero-day vulnerability in the plug-and-play Razer Synapse installation allows users to gain SYSTEM privileges on a Windows device quickly.

The vulnerability has been disclosed on Twitter after Razer haven't addressed the problem.


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