Project Zero, Google’s software vulnerability tracking program, has discovered another exploit. This time, they’ve come across one for Windows 8.1 that could give even the lowest-level users complete administrative control. Typically, Project Zero gives their discovery to the company who built the software so they can patch it up. The vendor has 90 days to fix it before Google releases their findings to the world. Microsoft didn’t act accordingly, and now we know all about it. Rather than a fix, Microsoft has excuses.