Scammers use desperate measures in their attempt to trick you into believing you have won a lottery run by Arsenal Football Club.
Interested in the buzz around the Mayan calendar ceasing to increment after December 21st, 2012? Don't go looking for presentations about the topic, you might be in for a nasty surprise.
Imagine you're giving a presentation to the board of directors at your company. You have your PowerPoint slides all ready, you're projecting onto a 64 inch screen... what could possibly go wrong?
Security patches for Windows and PowerPoint, but if you're a user of older versions of Microsoft Office for Mac you're left unprotected.
Would you be interested in a PowerPoint presentation demonstrating different sexual positions from the Kama Sutra?
Watch what you do with your mouse - you could be leading to a malware infection.
Microsoft issues patches for a series of vulnerabilities discovered in Microsoft Office and PowerPoint that could allow hackers to run malicious code on computers. But there's still no patch for an Internet Explorer zero-day exploit.
Marco Slaviero, a presenter at Hack in the Box 2010 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, had a narrow escape yesterday after a number of outsized presentation arrows ganged up and threatened to attack him during his talk. Powerpoint was initially suspected.
If you're the person responsible for rolling out patches across your company then you're in for a busy time. First off the block are Microsoft, who have released a critical security fix which aims to banish a zero-day flaw in Read more…
In just a few hours time Microsoft will be releasing its regular month "Patch Tuesday" bundle of security fixes - this month including patches for critical vulnerabilities in the likes of Internet Explorer and Microsoft Excel. But according to the Read more…
Microsoft has issued a warning about an unpatched security hole in PowerPoint that is being exploited by hackers. The attacks rely upon hackers creating a specially crafted booby-trapped PowerPoint file that when opened on the victim's computer runs malicious code Read more…