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  1. Yeaa, Hard to say what they actually did lol. Did they update the image itself to apply patches in the image? Iol or did they update the actual restore process itself? That seems unlikely as restoring typically occurs outside windows and is a bit by bit overwrite so I doubt permissions are needed. It's not a very informative update summary, so it's hard to say what they actually changed.
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  2. Actually this sort of thing applies to any recover image regardless of how it was created. If the image creation precedes the Win 10 patch of the vulnerability, restoring that image recreates the vulnerability. Neat how Dell appears to have the capability to patch their built-in recovery partition image backup.
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  3. https://www.dell.com/support/article/en-us/sln321036/dsa-2020-059-dell-os-recovery-image-insecure-inherited-permissions-vulnerability?lang=en Seems to be addressing this https://www.dell.com/support/article/en-us/sln315190/dell-emc-idrac-multiple-vulnerabilities-cve-2018-15774-and-cve-2018-15776?lang=en Either they're slow to patch it or it wasn't fully addressed in prior patching Or, likely adding the patch to the restore image, so it would be one less thing to have to address should restore be needed. Summary: Dell Windows 10 recovery images require an update to address an insecure inherited permissions vulnerability.
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  4. Please check the hints at https://dontkillmyapp.com/xiaomi.
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