The July Microsoft Patch Tuesday includes security bulletins that address 50 security holes.
Six security bulletins are rated critical, reading the them one advisory will catch the attention of the reader. Microsoft has fixed a security flaw, coded CVE-2016-3238, in the Windows Print Spooler service that affects all supported versions of Windows ever released. This flaw is high severe, it resides in the way Windows handles printer driver installations as well as the way users connect to printers.
The “critical” flaw (CVE-2016-3238) actually resides in the way Windows handles printer driver installations as well as the way end users connect to printers.
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