Mac Developer: It's 2017 and Windows PCs are being owned by EPS files, webpages • The Register
It's 2017 and Windows PCs are being owned by EPS files, webpages • The Register: "Basically, when a vulnerable installation of Office opens a booby-trapped EPS document, it can end up executing code within the file, and this code can use the privilege escalation hole to gain full control over the machine – essentially allowing emailed and downloaded documents to hijack computers and install spyware and other nasties, if victims are tricked into opening them."
Security, it's not getting easier.
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