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A 20-year-old printer vulnerability left Windows exposed to malware

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July 14, 2016
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Digital Trends

Security company Vectra publicized the decades-old vulnerability that takes advantage of an authentication error in the printer installation process. According to Vectra, the Windows Print Spooler never thoroughly authenticated drivers, allowing attackers to spoof the system and install malware.

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