Microsoft Corp said on Tuesday that hackers are seeking to attack users of its PowerPoint presentation software for Windows PCs and released patches to protect them against the threat. The world's No. 1 software maker said that a version of PowerPoint for Apple Inc's Mac computers is also vulnerable, though it has yet to find any evidence that hackers are actively seeking to exploit it.
Microsoft defined the threat as "critical" -- the most severe on the scale by which it ranks vulnerabilities to its software.
Hackers are seeking to exploit the vulnerability in PowerPoint by persuading the intended victim to open a tainted PowerPoint file
Outlaw PowerPoint, Keynote, and all other viewgraph software.
I understand the sentiment, but there's no way I'd want to go back to the era of printing out transparencies on film, or using software that isn't intended for this purpose on a projector. I can live with the occasional white-board though. ;)