Microsoft patches remote flaw dating back to Win 95

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July 13, 2016
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Among the critical flaws, the most severe was one which affects all versions of Windows back to Windows 95 and involves the way that client devices interact with network printers. Theoretically, an attacker could use this hole to execute code at system level either over a local network or the Internet.

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