Origin, the digital game distribution platform by EA, has reportedly fixed a serious vulnerability in its software. As per TechCrunch, security researchers of Underdog Security, Daley Bee and Dominik Penner found a vulnerability in the Origin app, which could enable an attacker to remotely run malicious code on a victim’s computer. The bug affected the Origin app on Windows and an updated was rolled on Monday to fix it. Origin is a popular online game distribution platform that is used by people to access, download and install games on their systems. Origin’s macOS client was apparently unaffected by the bug.
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