Microsoft released a patch for to fix several critical security gap of its Office productivity suite and warned that hackers can use RTF (Rich Text Format) e-mails to initiate code execution type attacks. The company issued three security bulletin for the November patch. The single most critical update in the list (MS10-087) affects Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010, because both currently contain an easy way to push Malware in booby-trapped emails with minimal user interaction. The above security update patches a total of 5 documented vulnerabilities that affects Microsoft office products
WASHINGTON (GaeaTimes.com) -- Microsoft has filed suit against Motorola on Tuesday for its demand of "excessive" royalties.