“Microsoft users listen up; this could be critical info! “
Glenn Baruck, The eDot Family of Companies
Heads up! Microsoft has released security updates to address a vulnerability in Windows print spooler dubbed “PrintNightmare,” recommending that users “Install these updates immediately.” It looks as if this vulnerability could lead to malware embedding and a ransomware attack.
Mike Wilson, chief technology officer and a partner at Interlink Cloud Advisors, said that Microsoft acted quickly on the patch-which was important because the vulnerability affected all versions of Windows and could lead to malware embedding and a ransomware attack.
This short read by Wade Tyler Millward for CRN.com will help you with more details.