[HackerNews] Microsoft Warns of Critical “PrintNightmare” Flaw Being Exploited in the Wild

Microsoft on Thursday officially confirmed that the “PrintNightmare” remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability affecting Windows Print Spooler is different from the issue the company addressed as part of its Patch Tuesday update released earlier this month, while warning that it has detected exploitation attempts targeting the flaw.
The company is tracking the security weakness under the

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