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PowerPoint Patch Prepped, Plugs Problem

Last Patch Tuesday, PowerPoint got a security advisory about a zero-day exploit that uses remote execution. This coming Tuesday, a critical patch for the problem will be out.

The good news is that few of these PowerPoint attacks have been made, and they only affect older versions of the tool. The better news? In less than a week, your PowerPoint should be secure.

Posted on 05/08/2009 at 1:16 PM


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