A security vulnerability found in Microsoft Word (which was patched last month) has been used by hackers to target government and educational institutes in Taiwan who failed to update their systems.
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Microsoft has updated its security advisory for a recently announced exploit found in versions of Word, stating that it does not affect the free WordPad word processor.
Microsoft has issued a security advisory for a newly discovered exploit in current and older versions of Word, along with a manual "Fix-it" patch that should close the software hole.
Microsoft talks more about the new and improved features it is putting into Word 2013, which is part of Microsoft's upcoming Office 2013 productivity suite of software.
A new post on the Office Next blog talks about how Microsoft has added new reading features in the new Word version included in the Office 2013 software productivity suite.
More logos from the upcoming Microsoft Office 2013 have found their way to the Internet, showing off the new logo designs for Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint.