Microsoft has recently identified that Iranian state-sponsored hackers, known as APTs (Advanced Persistent Threats), benefit from a recently discovered vulnerability in PaperCut, a popular print management software.
The tech giant warned that this exploit allows attackers to execute code remotely on target systems, giving them unrestricted access to sensitive data.
Microsoft has advised users to update their systems with the latest patches to prevent such attacks. The company has also been working closely with the cybersecurity community to address any security risks arising from these exploits.
Read more: Microsoft: Iranian APTs Exploiting Recent PaperCut Vulnerability
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