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    Resolves a security vulnerability that exists in Microsoft Excel 2000 that could allow arbitrary code to run when a maliciously modified file is opened.
    Resolves security vulnerabilities that exist in Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 that could allow arbitrary code to run when a maliciously modified file is opened.
    By assigning object Class and Instance rights, it is possible to customize the view your administrators have of the SMS Administrator console. However, when using the Security Rights Properties console item to assign user Class or Instance security,...
    Explains that a security vulnerability exists in Microsoft Project 2002 that could allow malicious code execution when Project documents are stored and opened from a Web site. Provides a link to an update that resolves this vulnerability.
    The default setting for Zone Security in the DNS server included with Microsoft Windows NT Server is to allow zone transfer request from any client. This allows easier configuration and setup of a new DNS server. The default settings may allow...
    Resolves a security vulnerability that exists in Microsoft Word 2000 that could allow arbitrary code to run when a maliciously modified file is opened.
    Describes the security update for the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SP1 that is dated October 13, 2009.
    A security vulnerability exists in Microsoft Office Excel Viewer 2003 that could allow arbitrary code to run when opening a malicious document. This update addresses that vulnerability.
    Resolves a security vulnerability that exists in Microsoft Office Web Applications 2010 that could allow arbitrary code to run when a maliciously modified file is opened.
    Discusses the release of a security bulletin to address a vulnerability in the Help and Support Center that could allow remote code execution.

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