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Windows kernel 'zero-day' vulnerability found in Duqu attack

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Windows kernel 'zero-day' vulnerability found in Duqu attack

One version of the attack was triggered by a rigged Microsoft Word .doc that probably included some social engineering and required the target to open the booby-trapped file.


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