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Microsoft splats bug that turns printers into drive-by exploit kits

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July 13, 2016
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“The problem is these are system-level drivers housed on printers, which themselves are not typically well-secured. So we have a weakly secured device that talks to nearly every Windows end-user device and is trusted to deliver a system-level driver without checks or warnings,” says Wade Williamson, Vectra director of threat analytics.

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