[SecurityWeek] Did Microsoft Botch the PrintNightmare Patch?

Just days after shipping an emergency Windows update to cover a dangerous code execution flaw (CVE-2021-1675) in the Print Spooler service, Microsoft is investigating a new set of claims that its so-called ‘PrintNightmare’ patch has not properly fixed the underlying vulnerability.

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