Microsoft fixes decades-old printer bug in Windows

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July 14, 2016
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The primary problem is that an attacker could compromise a printer – a not-so-secure device, Vectra notes – which then allows the printer to distribute malware disguised as system-level printer drivers. Attackers then gain access to the infected system to spread malware to anyone else foolish enough to try connecting to the printer.

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