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Image: Dell  If you own a Dell laptop or desktop then there’s a very good chance your machine is vulnerable to attack simply by visiting a malicious website. The good news is, Dell has released a patch to close the security hole. As ZDNet reports, 17-year-old security researcher Bill Demirkapi discovered a vulnerability (CVE-2019-3719) in the Dell SupportAssist utility which allows an attacker to remote execute code. This is achieved by getting a user to visit a specific website containing JavaScript code capable of tricking the SupportAssist app into downloading and running malicious files (with full admin rights). Importantly, no user interaction is required once the website has been visited and the JavaScript can be hidden inside an ad on …