Microsoft rolls out a patch to fix a 20-year-old security flaw; but is it really effective?

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July 15, 2016
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The security flaw enabled malicious users to covertly install a hand-picked malware on computers that connect to fake printers or devices that pose as printers. Vectra Networks security experts found that the issue dwells in the Windows Print Spooler component that connects to available printers.

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