Agency Warns Microsoft Print Spooler Service Flaw Exploit Could Lead to Full System Compromise
In an emergency directive, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency calls on federal agencies to immediately implement a patch to address the “PrintNightmare” Windows Print Spooler service flaw and disable the service on servers on Microsoft Active Directory domain controllers.

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