Microsoft Security Advisory 950627
Vulnerability in Microsoft Jet Database Engine Could Allow Remote Code Execution
Published: March 21, 2008 | Updated: May 13, 2008
Microsoft has completed the investigation into public reports of this vulnerability. We have issued Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-028 to address this issue. For more information about this issue, including download links for an available security update, please review MS08-028: Vulnerability in Microsoft Jet Database Engine Could Allow Remote Code Execution (950749). The vulnerability addressed is the Microsoft Jet Engine MDB File Parsing Stack Overflow Vulnerability - CVE-2007-6026.
In addition to immediately installing the update in Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-028, we recommend that customers with Microsoft Word also immediately install the update in Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-026: Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Word Could Allow Remote Code Execution (951207), for the most up-to-date protection against the attack vector for these types of attacks.
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- March 21, 2008: Advisory published.
- May 13, 2008: Advisory updated to reflect publication of security bulletin.
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