The issue allows attackers to execute arbitrary code on the target system.

CVE-2018-9448 A critical vulnerability has been identified in Microsoft Excel that is tracked as CVE-2018-9448. The issue exists due to Microsoft Excel incorrectly handling ARXML documents. An attacker can take advantage of this issue to execute malicious code on the targeted system.

CVE-2018-9448 A critical vulnerability has been identified in Microsoft Excel that is tracked as CVE-2018-9448. The issue exists due to Microsoft Excel incorrectly handling ARXML documents. An attacker can take advantage of this issue to execute malicious code on the targeted system.

CVE-2018-9448 A critical vulnerability has been identified in Microsoft Excel that is tracked as CVE-2018-9448. The issue exists due to Microsoft Excel incorrectly handling ARXML documents. An attacker can take advantage of this issue to execute malicious code on the targeted system.

CVE-2018-9448 A critical vulnerability has been identified in Microsoft Excel that is tracked as CVE-2018-9448. The issue exists due to Microsoft Excel incorrectly handling ARXML documents. An attacker can take advantage of this issue to execute malicious code on the targeted system.

CVE-2018-9448 A critical vulnerability has been identified in Microsoft Excel that is tracked as CVE-2018-9448. The issue exists due to Microsoft Excel incorrectly handling ARXML documents. An attacker can take advantage of this issue to

Microsoft Excel and Word Object Model Spoofing Vulnerability

A critical vulnerability has been identified in Microsoft Excel and Word Object Model (WOM) that is tracked as CVE-2018-9448. The issue exists due to Microsoft Excel and Word mishandling of document object model (DOM) objects. An attacker can take advantage of this issue to spoof the security context for DOM objects.

Microsoft Excel and How to Fix It

The best way to fix this is by uninstalling Microsoft Excel and then reinstalling a clean version. After the software has been reinstalled, make sure to update it with the latest patches.

Microsoft Excel and Word Software Composition Feature

Microsoft Excel and Word software composition feature allows attackers to bypass code signing by creating a trusted XLL file with a specially crafted macro

CVE-2018-9448 A critical vulnerability has been identified in Microsoft Excel that is tracked as CVE-2018-9448. The issue exists due to Microsoft Excel incorrectly handling ARXML documents. An attacker can take advantage of this issue to execute malicious code on the targeted system.

Timeline

Published on: 03/03/2022 00:15:00 UTC
Last modified on: 05/10/2022 17:15:00 UTC

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