When a Microsoft Office 2000 document is launched, the directory of
that document is first used to locate DLL's such as riched20.dll and
msi.dll, which could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary commands
by inserting a Trojan Horse DLL into the same directory as the
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WIN2KSEC:20000918 Double clicking on MS Office documents from Windows Explorer may execute arbitrary programs in some cases
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