Microsoft is warning Windows users to update their systems as soon as possible, taking the unusual step of releasing PrintNightmare security patches for even out-of-support versions of the OS. The potential hack, described as “critical” by Microsoft, is already believed to have been actively exploited in the wild.
The culprit, Microsoft says, is the Windows Front Spooler service.
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