Microsoft releases emergency security fix for PrintNightmare flaw — what to do


Microsoft today (July 6) pushed out an emergency patch to fix the very serious print-spooler flaw that was disclosed last week by accident.

The flaw, commonly known as “PrintNightmare” but catalogued as CVE-2021-34527, lets hackers remote seize control of any Windows system. Servers and enterprise Windows deployments are especially vulnerable to attacks using this flaw, but any computer running Windows 7 through the latest version of Windows 10 can be hit.

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