New Windows Print Spooler Vulnerability Involves Remote Print Servers

New Windows Print Spooler vulnerability allows a threat actor to gain administrative privileges through a remote server under the attacker's control and the 'Queue-Specific Files' feature.

Abusing this vulnerability allows hackers remote code execution and increasing the machine's privileges.

The vulnerability has been discovered by security researcher Benjamin Delpy.

To exploit the vulnerability, the researcher created a print server accessible over the Internet with two shared printers that use the queue-specific files feature.



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