Trailing along a number of vulnerabilities across Microsoft’s range of products recently, yet another major security flaw has been discovered. This time by security researcher Manuel Caballero, this latest flaw enables the theft of cookie and password data in Microsoft Edge, Microsoft’s default browser for Windows 10.

Using a series of techniques, cookie data, as well as passwords, can be retrieved for websites, such as Twitter and Facebook. In a video posted on YouTube, Caballero shows how this flaw could be used to access the “private” information:



Read more: New Microsoft Edge vulnerability discovered, leaks password and cookie data, such as Twitter and Facebook passwords | On MSFT


Update: Microsoft responds to 3 unpatched Microsoft Edge vulnerabilities, no fixes available yet | On MSFT