The detection Exploit:W32/CVE-2013-1331 identifies files designed to target a known vulnerability in certain versions of the Microsoft Office program.
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The CVE-2013-1331 vulnerability in Microsoft Office 2003 and Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 involves improper parsing of PNG code. There have been reports of this vulnerability being used in limited, targeted attacks in the wild. The attacks use specially crafted Office documents, which reference malicious PNG files hosted on remote servers. If successfully exploited, the attacker may be able to perform remote code execution on the affected machine.
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