How to prevent scripting attacks in Microsoft Office

By GIXnews

If you have looked at your inbox lately, you’ll not be surprised when I say that phishing attacks increased 400% in the first seven months of 2019. Those phishing attacks attempted to either tricking a user to go to a website or open an Office document. Phishing attack that try to get you to open an Office document often call a script to take additional action. Scripts are most often used in malicious macros to call actions.

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Source:: IT news – Security