[HackerNews] Ransomware Gangs Exploiting Windows Print Spooler Vulnerabilities

Ransomware operators such as Magniber and Vice Society are actively exploiting vulnerabilities in Windows Print Spooler to compromise victims and spread laterally across a victim’s network to deploy file-encrypting payloads on targeted systems.
“Multiple, distinct threat actors view this vulnerability as attractive to use during their attacks and may indicate that this vulnerability will

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