Third exploit for Word released

Thursday, 14 December 2006, 10:29 AM EST

Hackers have released attack code that exploits a critical vulnerability in Microsoft's Word software - the third such bug to be disclosed in the past week.

The proof of concept code was posted Tuesday on the Milw0rm.com Web site, making it widely available to the hacking community. It exploits a previously unreported bug in Word.

At InfoWorld.

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