Security News > 2023 > August > Hackers can abuse Microsoft Office executables to download malware
The main executable for the Microsoft Publisher application has already been confirmed that it can download payloads from a remote server.
According to recent research, even executables that are not signed by Microsoft serve purposes that are useful in attacks, such as reconnaissance.
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