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This vulnerability may seem very useful, it is probably as interesting as other RCEs affecting Microsoft Windows OSes, however public exploits rely on the existence of a registry key (fDisableCam) not being present by default (it has to be manually created) thus not found in enterprise networks.
This vulnerability can still be seen in some companies during internal assessments, however no working exploitation code exists. Only scanners/checkers. SecuritySift managed to achieve information disclosure, however information retrieved is generally not useful.