AppLocker vulnerability revealed
Windows AppLocker is a feature in Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 and later versions of Microsoft's cient and server operating systems that is used to control which applications are allowed to run on Windows machines. Admins make rules that allow or deny specific apps to specific users or groups.
Now a security researcher says you can register a script to bypass AppLocker protections by misusing Regsvr32, which would allow the execution of remote scripts on AppLocker-enabled machines. Read more about how it works here: