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Forum Thread: Microsoft Office OneNote URI Handling Vulnerability

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Microsoft Office OneNote URI Handling Vulnerability

Secunia Microsoft Office OneNote URI Handling Vulnerability
Secunia Official 18th Apr, 2010 16:15
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A vulnerability has been reported in Microsoft Office OneNote, which can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user's system.

The vulnerability is caused due to missing input validation when processing a URI using the "onenote://" protocol handler. This can be exploited to e.g. place files on a user's system in semi-arbitrary locations or obtain all OneNote Notebooks from the user's system via a specially crafted OneNote URI.

NOTE: According to the vendor, the vulnerability exists in a shared Office component, but can only be exploited on systems with OneNote 2007 installed.

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