Critical vulnerability hits Microsoft Word


Humphrey Cheung
December 7, 2006 15:43
Microsoft and third-party security sites are warning of a new “extremely critical” Microsoft Word vulnerability. Specially crafted Word documents could corrupt a computer’s memory and allow attackers to gain system access. Both Windows and Macintosh computers are affected.

Yay for Microsoft and their funky programming languages embedded into our simple letters … I’m using open office :stuck_out_tongue:

Bam! Take that, naive, stupid hippy dude in “Mac’s don’t get viruses” commercial.