Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: Remote Arbitrary Code Execution Vulnerability

Users of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 please be advised of a Remote arbitrary code execution vulnerability that has been identified.
To view this vulnerability, possible remedies, and others please check out the Security Advisories at Critical Watch (

ASPR #2010-11-10-1-PUB: [ASPR #2010-11-10-1] Remote Binary Planting in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Target: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 for Windows
Impact: Remote execution of arbitrary code

A “binary planting” [1] vulnerability in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 for
Windows allows local or remote (even Internet-based) attackers to deploy
and execute malicious code on Windows machines in the context of logged-on
users.