CISA Issues Emergency Directive Requiring Federal Agencies To Mitigate Windows Print Spooler Service Vulnerability

WASHINGTON – The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued Emergency Directive (ED) 21-04 today to mitigate a Microsoft Windows print spooler service vulnerability CVE-2021-34527 being actively exploited. Federal civilian agencies are required to immediately disable the print spooler service Read More …

Quick look at CVE-2021-1675 & CVE-2021-34527 (aka PrintNightmare)

Last week Microsoft warned Windows users about vulnerabilities in the Windows Print Spooler service – CVE-2021-1675 and CVE-2021-34527 (also known as PrintNightmare). Both vulnerabilities can be used by an attacker with a regular user account to take control of a Read More …

Microsoft confirms presence of PrintNightmare vulnerable code in all versions of Windows

Microsoft has assigned CVE-2021-34527 to the print spooler remote code execution vulnerability known as “PrintNightmare” and confirmed that the offending code is lurking in all versions of Windows. The megacorp said it was still investigating whether the vulnerability was exploitable Read More …