[SecurityWeek] Millions of Devices Affected by Vulnerability in HP, Samsung, Xerox Printer Drivers

A printer driver shipped to millions of computers since 2005 is affected by a vulnerability that can be exploited for privilege escalation, according to endpoint security company SentinelOne.

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[HackerNews] Experts Warn of Unprotected Prometheus Endpoints Exposing Sensitive Information

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