[BleepingComputer] Microsoft pushes emergency fix for Windows PrintNightmare vulnerability

Microsoft has released the KB5004945 emergency security update to fix the actively exploited PrintNightmare zero-day vulnerability in the Windows Print Spooler service impacting all Windows versions. However, the patch is incomplete and the vulnerability can still be locally exploited to gain SYSTEM privileges. […]

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