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Thursday, 8 July 2021

Researcher demonstrates bypassing Microsoft's latest patch for PrintNightmare exploit


PrintNightmare allows a remote attacker to take advantage of a flaw in the Windows Printer Spooler service and execute arbitrary commands with escalated privileges. Microsoft quickly addressed the critical vulnerability - found on all Windows versions - with an out-of-band security update.

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