PaperCut printer security flaw may be much worse than initially thought

More information has been revealed about how criminals are using the recently-discovered PaperCut security flaws, which looked to use humble office printers to gain entrance to corporate networks.

According to a new report on BleepingComputer, cybercriminals are using two flaws in the popular print (opens in new tab) management software to deliver the Atera remote management software to vulnerable endpoints. Such software allows the attackers to take full control of the target devices.