Microsoft Struts Office 2010 ‘Sandbox’ Security

From Computerworld (Gregg Keizer)
Microsoft’s plan to “sandbox” documents in the next version of Office looks like a “very good step forward,” according to one security analyst.
Last week, Microsoft revealed more details about a new security feature in Office 2010, dubbed “Protected View,” that is designed to shut down the popular hacker tactic of feeding users rigged Word, Excel and PowerPoint files.  Read the full story [computerworld.com]

From Computerworld (Gregg Keizer)

Microsoft’s plan to “sandbox” documents in the next version of Office looks like a “very good step forward,” according to one security analyst.

Last week, Microsoft revealed more details about a new security feature in Office 2010, dubbed “Protected View,” that is designed to shut down the popular hacker tactic of feeding users rigged Word, Excel and PowerPoint files.  Read the full story [computerworld.com]

 

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