Windows Print Spooler Vulnerability Allows RCE, Domain Takeover

Technical details and a proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit have been accidentally leaked for a currently unpatched vulnerability that affects Windows Print Spooler and allows remote code execution.

Despite the need for authentication, this vulnerability can be used by threat actors to take over a Windows domain server to easily deploy malware across a company’s network.

The vulnerability is named PrintNightmare. Its technical details have been leaked because of the confusion with another vulnerability affecting Windows Print Spooler.



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