Backdoor Trojan targets Microsoft Access

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"Virus writers have created a Trojan which uses an unpatched vulnerability
in Microsoft Office to take over Windows PCs. The Hesive Trojan can be
disguised as a Microsoft Access file. Once opened in Access, infected .mdb
files take advantage of a five-month old buffer overflow flaw in
Microsoft's Jet Database Engine software to seize control of vulnerable


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