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Land Loophole Looks Ever Juicier as Japan Bumps Inheritance Tax

Land Loophole Looks Ever Juicier as Japan Bumps Inheritance Tax

The mood at the estate planning seminar was decidedly drowsy until property appraiser Hiroshi Fujimiya flashed a PowerPoint slide on screen showing how he got one client a $1 million tax refund. Someone let out a gasp. Now he had their attention. ... BusinessWeek, 1 day ago

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Beware of PowerPoint: Microsoft Warns of Nasty Bug

Microsoft is worried about a PowerPoint bug that could let hackers take complete control of computers running Windows. Luckily, there is a way to prevent it: Don't open unfamiliar PowerPoint presentations. Yes, that might seem like common-sense ...
 NBCNews.com2 days ago Beware PowerPoint: Microsoft Warns of Nasty Bug  NBCNews.com2 days ago

How to Win at Large-Scale Transformation (Hint - It Doesn't Involve PowerPoint)

Post written by Russell Raath At , Russell Raath leads consulting and helps leaders accelerate strategy implementation. Receive our Newsletter . While TV viewers turn the channel to the World Series and Sunday Night Football, companies ...
 Forbes.com2 days ago

Microsoft plugs PowerPoint zero-day exploit with quick fix

Microsoft has released a temporary fix for a zero-day vulnerability in nearly all versions of Windows that could be exploited by cyber criminals using malicious PowerPoint documents. By persuading Windows users to open a malicious Office file ... week ago Microsoft discloses zero-day flaw in PowerPoint, publishes quick fix  InfoWorld1 week ago

PowerPoint files could be used to hack into your PC

Beware that unexpected PowerPoint slideshow file: it could turn your Windows computer into a zombie. Hackers are exploiting a zero-day flaw in Microsoft's Windows operating system to make targeted attacks, security researcher Graham Cluley said.
 GMA News.tv3 days ago PowerPoint Is the Worst, and Now It's the Latest Way to Hack Into Your Computer  Slate Magazine1 week ago

Hackers Are Exploiting Microsoft PowerPoint to Hijack Computers

Image: Mashable composite. Microsoft By 2014-10-24 17:55:08 UTC Hackers are exploiting a security flaw in Microsoft Office by using PowerPoint to attack Windows users and gain control of computer systems. Microsoft, in a security advisory on ...
 Mashable6 days ago
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Hackers Are Using Microsoft PowerPoint To Attack Computers (MSFT)

Microsoft is scrambling to issue a Windows update after security researchers discovered a flaw in PowerPoint that hackers are using to seize control of computers. When opened, the file will ask for certain permissions in order to display it. Once ...
 Austin American Statesman6 days ago Microsoft forced to issue quick fix for PowerPoint flaw  IT Pro UK6 days ago
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DEATH by PowerPoint: Microsoft warns of 0-day attack hidden in slides

 Channel Register1 week ago New Windows zero day being exploited through PowerPoint  ZDNet1 week ago Microsoft PowerPoint Vulnerable to Zero-Day Attack  The Hacker News1 week ago Microsoft warns of PowerPoint zero-day bug affecting nearly all Windows users  TheInquirer.net1 week ago

Microsoft Office Hacked: Windows Found 'Limited, Targeted Attacks' Within PowerPoint

Microsoft has advised users that a new security flaw has been discovered within Microsoft Office that makes it possible for hackers to gain administrative rights to user accounts. The company said the flaw is primarily found in PowerPoint, which has ...
 Austin American Statesman1 week ago

Microsoft identifies PowerPoint security flaw which leaves all versions of Windows vulnerable

Microsoft's "Security Response Center" today highlighted a new PowerPoint bug which affects all supported versions of the Windows operating system (save for Windows Server 2003), but fear not; Microsoft has a temporary solution to the problem. "A ...
 Austin American Statesman1 week ago
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