Warning issued on Wednesday, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), which is responsible for cyber security and infrastructure security, discovered an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability in Windows Print Spooler. The vulnerability, termed “PrintNightmare”, has not yet been categorized by Microsoft.
PrintNightmare is a classic elevated privilege remote code execution vulnerability that Microsoft claims is present in all versions of Windows, but the company is still investigating whether all editions can be attacked through it.
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The company has announced it is working on a repair, meanwhile, for Windows Print Spooler service suggests turning it off on all clients or servers that do not perform print jobs, it is recommended that you disable the remote print service at the Group Policy level.
Windows Print Spooler is one of the most commonly used Windows system components by hackers, which has included several critical vulnerabilities in recent years. One of the most memorable attacks related to this component was the Stuxnet infection, which successfully attacked Iranian nuclear facilities through several zero-day vulnerabilities, including the current vulnerability in Windows Print Spooler, for more than a decade.
Source: HWSW Informatikai Hírmagazin by www.hwsw.hu.
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