Microsoft patches 20-year-old critical printer vulnerability
Security researchers at the Vectra Threat Labs recently discovered two security issues affecting the Windows Print Spooler components and say that they allow an attacker to compromise systems via the printer itself. These are a remote code execution flaw and an elevation of privilege vulnerability, both of which were patched by Microsoft.
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