Strategy, Vulnerability management

Windows Print Spooler flaw could make a bad compromise much worse

June 30, 2021
A signage of Microsoft is seen on March 13, 2020 in New York City. A flaw originally believed to be a low-level privilege escalation vulnerability in Windows Print Spooler service is causing alarm across the information security community after further research has found it also leaves domain controllers susceptible to remote code execution.. (Jeenah Moon/Getty Images)
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