PowerPoint flaw hits Mac and Windows
Second major Microsoft vulnerability in two weeks
Microsoft has been hit by another major security problem following the discovery of a vulnerability in its PowerPoint software.
The unpatched PowerPoint flaw is believed to allow hackers to run malicious code, such as a worm, on both Windows and Apple Mac computers.
This fresh issue comes just two weeks after a major problem with the Vector Markup Language (VML) in Internet Explorer, which forced Microsoft to issue an early patch.
“It has been a bad few weeks for Microsoft on the security front,” said Graham Cluley, senior technology consultant at Sophos.
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