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Microsoft Patch Tuesday does not fix critical Access bug

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| Microsoft Patch Tuesday is upon us with four "important" fixes for SQL,
| Windows Explorer, DNS and Outlook Web Access for Exchange Server. But there's
| no fix for a critical bug in Access that is currently being exploited by
| hackers.
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http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/29670

They probably mean "crackers". There are several more new examples, including
this one:

Still more reasons to avoid Internet Explorer

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| On June 26th at ZDNet Ryan Naraine wrote about a new bug in Internet Explorer
| (Zero-day flaw haunts Internet Explorer) for which Microsoft has no
| fix/patch. A few days later, he documented how the bad guys were exploiting
| this bug (Exploit code released for unpatched IE 7 vulnerability). That story
| starts with "Another day, another gaping hole affecting fully patched
| versions of Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser." We've been down this road
| before.
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http://news.cnet.com/8301-13554_3-9984277-33.html


Recent (also today):

Symantec Warns of New Word Attack

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| Criminals have found a new way to attack PC users, taking advantage of what
| appears to be a new bug in Microsoft's Word software, according to Symantec.
|
| Symantec warned of the attack Tuesday, saying on its Web site that it had
| seen attackers exploiting "what is possibly an undisclosed vulnerability
| affecting Microsoft Word."
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http://www.pcworld.com/article/14809...rd_attack.html
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