RSS   Vulnerabilities for 'Powerpoint'   RSS

2018-12-11
 
CVE-2018-8628

CWE-119
 

 
A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Microsoft PowerPoint software when the software fails to properly handle objects in memory, aka "Microsoft PowerPoint Remote Code Execution Vulnerability." This affects Microsoft Office, Office 365 ProPlus, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer, Office Online Server, Microsoft SharePoint Server.

 
2018-10-10
 
CVE-2018-8501

CWE-19
 

 
A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Microsoft PowerPoint software when the software fails to properly handle objects in Protected View, aka "Microsoft PowerPoint Remote Code Execution Vulnerability." This affects Office 365 ProPlus, PowerPoint Viewer, Microsoft Office, Microsoft PowerPoint.

 
2018-08-15
 
CVE-2018-8376

CWE-119
 

 
A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Microsoft PowerPoint software when the software fails to properly handle objects in memory, aka "Microsoft PowerPoint Remote Code Execution Vulnerability." This affects Microsoft PowerPoint.

 
2017-09-12
 
CVE-2017-8743

 

 
A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Microsoft PowerPoint 2016, Microsoft SharePoint Enterprise Server 2016, and Office Online Server when they fail to properly handle objects in memory, aka "PowerPoint Remote Code Execution Vulnerability". This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2017-8742.

 
 
CVE-2017-8742

 

 
A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Service Pack 3, Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Service Pack 2, Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Service Pack 1, Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 RT Service Pack 1, Microsoft PowerPoint 2016, Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer 2007, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 Service Pack 1, Microsoft SharePoint Enterprise Server 2016, Microsoft Office Web Apps 2010 Service Pack 2, and Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack Service Pack 3 when they fail to properly handle objects in memory, aka "PowerPoint Remote Code Execution Vulnerability". This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2017-8743.

 
2017-06-14
 
CVE-2017-8513

 

 
A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Microsoft PowerPoint when the software fails to properly handle objects in memory, aka "Microsoft PowerPoint Remote Code Execution Vulnerability".

 
2016-11-10
 
CVE-2016-7230

 

 
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 SP2, PowerPoint Viewer, and Office Web Apps 2010 SP2 allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted Office document, aka "Microsoft Office Memory Corruption Vulnerability."

 
2016-09-14
 
CVE-2016-3360

CWE-119
 

 
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 SP3, PowerPoint 2010 SP2, PowerPoint 2013 SP1, PowerPoint 2013 RT SP1, PowerPoint 2016 for Mac, Office Compatibility Pack SP3, PowerPoint Viewer, SharePoint Server 2013 SP1, Office Web Apps 2010 SP2, and Office Web Apps Server 2013 SP1 allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted document, aka "Microsoft Office Memory Corruption Vulnerability."

 
2016-07-12
 
CVE-2016-3279

CWE-254
 

 
Microsoft Office 2010 SP2, Excel 2010 SP2, PowerPoint 2010 SP2, Word 2010 SP2, Excel 2013 SP1, PowerPoint 2013 SP1, Word 2013 SP1, Excel 2013 RT SP1, PowerPoint 2013 RT SP1, Word 2013 RT SP1, Excel 2016, Word 2016, Word Automation Services on SharePoint Server 2010 SP2, and Office Web Apps 2010 SP2 allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted XLA file, aka "Microsoft Office Remote Code Execution Vulnerability."

 
2016-01-13
 
CVE-2016-0012

CWE-200
 

 
Microsoft Office 2007 SP3, Excel 2007 SP3, PowerPoint 2007 SP3, Visio 2007 SP3, Word 2007 SP3, Office 2010 SP2, Excel 2010 SP2, PowerPoint 2010 SP2, Visio 2010 SP2, Word 2010 SP2, Office 2013 SP1, Excel 2013 SP1, PowerPoint 2013 SP1, Visio 2013 SP1, Word 2013 SP1, Excel 2013 RT SP1, PowerPoint 2013 RT SP1, Word 2013 RT SP1, Office 2016, Excel 2016, PowerPoint 2016, Visio 2016, Word 2016, and Visual Basic 6.0 Runtime allow remote attackers to bypass the ASLR protection mechanism via unspecified vectors, aka "Microsoft Office ASLR Bypass."

 


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