CISA Issues Emergency Directive About Windows ‘PrintNightmare’ Vulnerability

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has issued an emergency directive ordering federal agencies to disable the Microsoft Windows Print Spooler service because of a flaw that can allow attackers to gain remote control over systems, which has been actively exploited by multiple threat actors. The vulnerability is part of the service module that handles […]
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