Fortunately, AMD has released an updated version of Ryzen Master for Windows 10 and Windows 11 that fixes this issue. The company states that the issue is related to the user’s privilege level not being checked during the Ryzen Master installation process. This “could allow a low-privileged attacker to modify files.”

That is, a low-privileged user on the computer can use an old version of Ryzen Master and gain administrative access and, as a result, full control of the system.

Source: Ferra

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