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Reverse RDP Attack Also Enables Guest-to-Host Escape in Microsoft Hyper-V

Remember the reverse RDP attack?

Earlier this year, researchers disclosed clipboard hijacking and path-traversal issues in Microsoft’s Windows built-in RDP client that could allow a malicious RDP server to compromise a client computer, reversely.

(You can find details and a video demonstration for this security vulnerability, along with dozens of critical flaws in other third-party RDP