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Windows users have been warned to ensure their security protections are up to date following the disclosure of a new bug that could affects printer services.
Researchers were able to bypass recent patches to exploit a flaw that could allow hackers to take over a private network after hijacking individual printing devices.
The flaw affects Windows Print Spooler, the service that manages the printing process, giving third-parties admin privileges that could be exploited to run malware.
The bug, known as CVE-2020-1048, was uncovered by Peleg Hadar and Tomer Bar of SafeBreach Labs, who reported the flaw to Microsoft.
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