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Microsoft PowerPoint Could Have Bug That Allows Hackers Entrance to Your Computer

Technology News – If you are a person that uses Microsoft PowerPoint to make your presentations pay close attention. Microsoft is worried about a PowerPoint bug that could let hackers take complete control of computers running Windows.

Mircosoft PowerPoint bug hackLuckily, there is a way to prevent it: Don’t open unfamiliar PowerPoint presentations.

Yes, that might seem like common-sense advice for anyone who doesn’t want to be bored to death, but this bug does seem especially nasty.

In a blog post last week, Microsoft said that it was “aware of limited, targeted attacks” using the bug, which is hidden in PowerPoint files and gives hackers full control (depending on permissions) of systems running Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows RT.

“An attacker could then install programs; view, change, or delete data; or create new accounts with full user rights,” Microsoft warned.

If you are looking for a temporary fix while Microsoft works on a security update, click here.



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