Arbitrary Command Injection Affecting printer Open this link in a new tab package, versions <= 0.0.1

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  • published

    6 Mar 2014

  • disclosed

    6 Mar 2014

  • credit

    Adam Baldwin

How to fix?

Upgrade to version > 0.0.1 which is available on github at


printer does not sanitize command arguments properly in the printDirect() function. If untrusted client input is passed in, command injection is possible.

Source: Node Security Project