The security of Microsoft’s Windows 10 Print Spooler is becoming an issue for the company and its customers. Branded vulnerabilities like Heartbleed from 2014 are a little out of date, but the PrintNightmare bugs in Windows 10 appear to be a good fit: Microsoft published fixes in July and August, and just a few days after making an update to the Print Spooler service on Patch Tuesday on August 10, it’s revealed another print spooler bug.
When the Windows Print Spooler service conducts privileged file operations incorrectly, remote code execution vulnerability exists. According to Microsoft’s advisory, an attacker who successfully employed this vulnerability might operate arbitrary code with SYSTEM rights.
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