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Microsoft’s new PrintNightmare patch for Windows Print Spooler is causing printing to not work on some configurations.
Microsoft is describing a new PrintNightmare vulnerability in Windows Print Spooler, which gives attackers escalated privileges.
Following the recent PrintNightmare vulnerability, Microsoft has found a new flaw in the Windows Print Spooler service.
It seems the emergency patch Microsoft sent out to handle the PrintNightmare zero-day in Windows Print Spooler can be bypassed.
Microsoft has sent out a patch for the PrintNightmare flaw that affects the Windows Print Spooler, including to Windows 7.
All Windows versions are affected by the PrintNightmare zero-day, which is actively being exploited following an accidental PoC leak.
Microsoft says three printing problems are affecting Windows 11 and Windows 10, with fixes currently not available.
A new flaw in Windows Registry on Windows 10 allows low privilege access, but it is unclear which PCs are affected.