Microsoft Patches Several Outlook Vulnerabilities

August 1, 2017

Microsoft has released patches for several important vulnerabilities affecting Outlook, the professional email and calendar application included in the Office suite.

The tech giant pointed out that none of the flaws have been disclosed and none of them have been exploited in attacks. The security holes are related to Click-to-Run (C2R), a streaming and virtualization technology used to install Office products.

One of the vulnerabilities, discovered by the Microsoft Office Security Team and tracked as CVE-2017-8663, is a memory corruption that can be leveraged for remote code execution.

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