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    An unpatched vulnerability could open the doors for attackers from accessing your device — here's how you can protect yourself until a permanent fix is released.
    Microsoft has acknowledged a new vulnerability known as "PrintNightmare" that affects all versions of Windows. The vulnerability affects the Print Spooler service and allows hackers to execute lines of code to install apps, manipulate your data, or even create a new account with full privileges.

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    07-02-2021 10:30 AM

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