CERT Expert Says Company’s Fix Fails to Address Local Privilege Escalation
Microsoft’s emergency, out-of-band patch for a critical remote code vulnerability dubbed “PrintNightmare” falls short in addressing the local privilege escalation part of the flaw, according to security researchers.

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