Microsoft has released a second patch to fix a zero-day vulnerability discovered in its Outlook email client. The vulnerability allows attackers to execute arbitrary code on a target system by sending a specially crafted email to the victim’s inbox.
Microsoft’s first patch failed to address the issue properly, leaving users vulnerable to attacks. The new patch has been designed to address the flaw and protect users from potential exploitation completely.
Users are advised to update their systems to the latest version of Outlook to protect them from this vulnerability.
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