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July 14, 2016
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"Microsoft is pretty much between a rock and a hard place," Nicolas Beauchesne, senior security researcher with Vectra, says. "Printer vendors have yet to agree on a printing standard or in some cases, to even sign their drivers. Ensuring that every driver is signed would break older printers until their respective vendors deploy new drivers for all their models."

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