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NVIDIA released a GPU display driver security update to fix five high and medium severity vulnerabilities that could lead to local code execution, escalation of privileges, and denial of service on vulnerable Windows computers.

All the security flaws patched today by NVIDIA require local user access and cannot be exploited remotely, with potential attackers having to rely on user interaction to execute malicious code designed to exploit one of the fixed bugs on machines with unpatched display drivers.

NVIDIA advises users to update their GeForce, Quadro, NVS, and Tesla Windows GPU display drivers by applying the security update available on the NVIDIA Driver Downloads page.
Today's NVIDIA GPU Display Driver - August 2019 security bulletin also lists the driver versions impacted by the five patched security issues: