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Saturday, 17 July 2021

Disable Windows print spooler or you could be hacked, says Microsoft


This is the third print spooler vulnerability to emerge in just five weeks. While a critical flaw was originally identified and patched in June, a similar flaw – dubbed PrintNightmare – came to light shortly after and was subsequently patched (with mixed success).

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