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New Attack on MS Word

Posted by cotojo on March 29, 2008

Hackers may be exploiting an unpatched hole to plant malicious code in Word docs and any system that opens them.

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4 Responses to “New Attack on MS Word”

  1. cotojo said

    Max – Hi darling, hope you are well 🙂
    I’m getting back to some sort of normality – if that exists 😆
    There’s always something new that comes along for people to take heed of.
    Take care sweetheart and have a great week,

  2. Hey Colin,

    This is a pretty serious warning! I am glad I came here!
    I missed you on Life so I decided to drop by here and check this site thoroughly! Well done!

    I hope everything is well with you :D!

    Cheers, darling!

  3. cotojo said

    Chuy Ban – Thank you for your visit and comment 🙂
    As you say, many people are using MS Word and MS Office applications and it now has unpatched security flaws which can lead to malicious use.
    Users need to be aware of the security risks involved when accepting files and documents from others, even trusted sources.
    Have a good day,

  4. I am person who love security. This is good news. Many people are using Ms Word today. I would tell my friend and people about this.

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