[SecurityWeek] Windows Admins Scrambling to Contain ‘PrintNightmare’ Flaw Exposure

Windows network administrators are scrambling to contain the fallout from the release of proof-of-concept code for a nasty Windows Print Spooler vulnerability that exposes Windows servers to remote code execution attacks.

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