Google Discloses Poorly-Patched, Now Unpatched, Windows 0-Day Bug

Google’s Project Zero team has made public details of an improperly patched zero-day security vulnerability in Windows print spooler API that could be leveraged by a bad actor to execute arbitrary code.
Details of the unpatched flaw were revealed publicly after Microsoft failed to rectify it within 90 days of responsible disclosure on September 24.
Originally tracked as CVE-2020-0986, the flaw

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