Microsoft said it plans to address four critical bulletins for vulnerabilities in Office on its upcoming patch day March 11.
In a security bulletin, Microsoft said Thursday there are four critical remote code execution flaws in Office, which is regularly under attack.
- The first bulletin is rated critical for Microsoft Office Excel 2000 and may address an Excel vulnerability discovered in January and left unpatched last month.
- The second bulletin addresses critical vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003 and 2007. In other words, if you have Outlook you should pay attention.
- The third bulletin addresses remote code execution vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office 2000 (SP3).
- And finally the fourth bulletin from Microsoft covers Web components for Office 2000.
For other flavors of Office and Excel Microsoft has called its bulletins important.