Windows 10 re -charges the printers with your latest update
The update launched on Tuesday contains solutions to vulnerabilities related to Printnightmare (CVE-2021-36958).This vulnerability was released in June ahead of time by mistake, which forced Microsoft to patch it as quickly as possible, which gave rise to errors like this.
PrintnightMare's shadow is elongated
Printnightmare is a vulnerability that it allows you to execute remote code, and that resides in the Windows 10 printing tail.The print tail is present in all Windows versions for decades.Thus, any attacker could obtain administrator permissions and do what he wanted on the computer if we did not have it patch.
Therefore, it makes even more sad to uninstall this last patch that completely solved all vulnerabilities related to this ruling in the event that we want to be able to print.
Some users claim that they are also having trouble installing the update through Windows Update, although in this regard there have not been so many complaints.In addition, seeing the failures it introduces, it is almost better that the system does not insist on installing the update.We will have to wait at least until the end of the month so that Microsoft can launch something that solves this failure.In the event that they launch it, that update must be installed manually going to Windows Update.If not, we will have to wait for the second Tuesday of October (which falls on the 12th) to download and install the monthly update.