Microsoft Finally Shuts Door on ATL Bugs

Computerworld’s Gregg Keizer brings word that this week’s record-setting batch of patches from Microsoft actually closed the book on the vexing ATL code library issues that first surfaced in July 2009.
Keizer quotes Ryan Smith, one of the hackers credited with discovering the flaw, as saying that the latest Microsoft Office updates shut the door on the last big attack vector for the ATL vulnerability.  Read the full story [computerworld.com]

Computerworld’s Gregg Keizer brings word that this week’s record-setting batch of patches from Microsoft actually closed the book on the vexing ATL code library issues that first surfaced in July 2009.

Keizer quotes Ryan Smith, one of the hackers credited with discovering the flaw, as saying that the latest Microsoft Office updates shut the door on the last big attack vector for the ATL vulnerability.  Read the full story [computerworld.com]

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