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Cybercriminals Use Microsoft Word Flaw in Attacks Targeted at Taiwanese Government

13
May
2014

Back in March, Microsoft issued a warning regarding a remote code execution vulnerability in Word, that was being leveraged by cybercriminals in targeted attacks. The company patched the security hole in April, but experts have found that cybercriminals are still relying on it in their campaigns. According to Trend Micro, the Word vulnerability has been leveraged in targeted attacks against government agencies and an educational institution in Taiwan. The attack against government agencies …

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