New Update Windows 11 Snipping Tool version 11.2302.20.0 fixes Acropalypse privacy flaw


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Jan 8, 2011
Available for Windows Insiders, Canary channel: Windows 11 Snipping Tool version 11.2302.20.0

Sideload at your own risk.
Microsoft is currently shipping a new version Snipping Tool 11.2302.20.0 in the Insider channel. If you want to correct the error now, you can download and install the new version manually.
  • and then from left to right:
  • ProductId | 9MZ95KL8MR0L | Fast | Click on the check mark
  • In the selection then download the Microsoft.ScreenSketch 2022.2302.20.0 ..._8wekyb3d8bbwe.msixbundle. (The version number may be higher later)
  • Start the app package by double-clicking.
That's it. So it shouldn't be long before Microsoft will make the app available to all users.
Instructions: Snipping Tool mit einem Bug [App Update behebt das Problem] -


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Now available for everyone:

Windows Snipping Tool Information Disclosure Vulnerability​

What versions of Snipping Tool are affected?
The default Snipping Tool in Windows 10 and older versions are unaffected. Only Snip & Sketch in Windows 10 and Snipping Tool in Windows 11 are affected by this vulnerability. A security update has been released for these applications, which are available through the Microsoft Store.
How can I check if the update is installed?
  • For Snip and Sketch installed on Windows 10, app versions 10.2008.3001.0 and later contain this update.
  • For Snipping Tool installed on Windows 11, app versions 11.2302.20.0 and later contain this update.

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