[BleepingComputer] New Windows print spooler zero day exploitable via remote print servers

Another zero day vulnerability in Windows Print Spooler can give a threat actor administrative privileges on a Windows machine through a remote server under the attacker’s control and the ‘Queue-Specific Files’ feature. […]

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