Windows print spooler flaws lead to code execution

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July 12, 2016
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Networked printers have always posed an interesting attack vector, mostly for academics looking for vulnerabilities, and vandals sending garbage to the print bin. Microsoft, today, however patched a legitimate vulnerability that an attacker could abuse to attack corporate and home networks.

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