New PaperCut Vulnerability Enables Execution of Remote Code

New PaperCut Vulnerability Enables Execution of Remote Code

Organizations have been alerted to a fresh, potentially dangerous vulnerability affecting the print management software PaperCut NG/MF.

The vulnerability, identified as CVE-2023-39143 and classified as “high severity,” allows remote code execution in some product configurations by allowing unauthenticated attackers to read or write arbitrary files.

“The vulnerability primarily impacts Windows-based PaperCut servers. When the external device integration setting is enabled, file upload that results in remote code execution is possible, according to Horizon3, whose researchers discovered the problem.

The majority of PaperCut installations are impacted, according to the security company’s analysis.

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