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Industry pros consider widespread affects of Windows printer flaw

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July 14, 2016
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Discovered by researchers at Vectra, the flaw allows any printer or device that mimics a printer to install malware on computers on a local area network. The print spooler does not authenticate printer drivers, allowing attackers to infect multiple computers on the network and continue to infect other devices as they discover the driver.

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