Microsoft has Released A Patch for the Critical PrintNightmare Ulnerability

The vulnerability was discovered in the print spooler service of the security system from the giant Redmond, and due to its severity even caused the national cyber system to issue an urgent alert in its case.

Microsoft has begun launching an emergency patch for vulnerabilities found in the Windows Print Spooler Service, a glitch that even caused the national cyber system to issue an urgent alert on Thursday last week. Microsoft has confirmed the nature of the glitch after it was exposed, and it is now in a hurry to offer an update to the vulnerability that has been dubbed PrintNightmare.

As mentioned, this is a critical issue that has been identified as allowing remote attackers to gain access to a computer, to operate at the system level, and to run code that could affect other Microsoft systems on the computer and network.

According to Microsoft, the patch is for Windows Server 2019, 2012 R2 and 2008, Windows 8.1 including its RT version, as well as supported Windows 10 systems.

Surprisingly, the company has also released a suitable patch for Windows 7. The patch does not yet fully encompass all systems, and among those who will have to wait for another Microsoft release in the meantime are Windows Server 2012 and 2016, as well as Windows 10 ver 1607 – but also the patches These are expected to arrive later.