Retired: Microsoft PowerPoint Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Microsoft PowerPoint is prone to a remote code-execution vulnerability.

This issue can allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable computer by supplying a malicious PowerPoint document to a user. This issue is being actively exploited in the wild as Trojan.PPDropper.E.

This issue is a duplicate of that discussed in BID 17000 (Microsoft Office Routing Slip Processing Remote Buffer Overflow Vulnerability) and is therefore being retired.


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