There have been a lot of weird bugs in Windows 10 over the years. For example, just a few days ago, we reported an error that could damage a hard drive.Now, details of a bug that caused windows to crash have emerged, but Microsoft doesn't seem to be in a hurry to fix it.
The BSOD vulnerability is very easy to implement, and the full consequences of the vulnerability are not known. Lykkegaard found that using chrome access path.globalrootdevicecondrvkernelconnectThis will cause BSOD in Windows 10 to crash.
The test conducted by bleeping computer shows that this bug can be found in every version of windows 10 from 1709 to 20h2, and it may also affect the old version.
While a simple crash like this may seem quite harmless, it is something that can be used by attackers to mask other activities or prevent victims from using their computers. This error can even be triggered by simply sending the victim a shortcut file to the problem path.