CISA Issues Emergency Directive About Windows ‘PrintNightmare’ Vulnerability

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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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