Code-Hooking Flaws Affect Millions of Office Users
July 20, 2016 | By Brock Terrano |
Security products haven’t been inspiring a lot of confidence lately. A growing batch of research has shown that security software contains vulnerabilities that can be extremely useful for attackers. A presentation scheduled for Black Hat, which kicks off July 30 in Las Vegas, will reveal a cluster of problems affecting anti-virus applications and other software, including Microsoft Office.
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