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Hello,

Should be be worried?
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yes, always, not only when there is a warning/alert...

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I mean (I was approaching the subject gently), should we all stop using Arduino right now, on Windows systems or on all systems?
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...should we all stop using Arduino right now...

That is certainly your choice but using or not using the Arduino IDE has nothing to do with the zero-day vulnerability.
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