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Trojan attacks via unpatched vulnerability in Word

Glendale (CA) - It took just three days for malware authors to release to exploit a critical security hole in Microsoft Office and Word. According to Panda Software Labs, 1Table.A arrives as seemingly harmless Word document, but unlocks a backdoor trojan that allows a hacker to run code on a victim's computer. First discovered last Friday by Secunia, Microsoft has released very little information about the vulnerability affecting Office 2002/2003/XP as well as Word 2002/2003, but is already under pressure to release a fix, as hacker attacks are surfacing. According to Panda, the security is currently exploited by the dropper trojan "1Table.A," which is distributed via email to users. 1Table.A appears to be a perfectly no...

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