Hacking OLE Doc Exploit (Embedded)




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Hackers are using booby-trapped Word documents to deliver malware to unsuspecting victims. The malware exploits Windows Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) features, which allow users to link to documents and other objects – in this case, a malicious remote server.”
This tool was created by the AutoLog team and has been since leaked. Here is the latest version of their OLE Doc Exploit
When a window pops up saying “The following project cannot be saved in a macro-free document” just simply click no and select any extension of your choice to save the document. Our team suggests using .doc or .docm.

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I Recommend Run This Kind of Tools on VM (Virtual Machines) or Sandbox

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OLE Doc Exploit (Embedded) FUD


Hackers are using booby-trapped Word documents to deliver malware to unsuspecting victims. The malware exploits Windows Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) features, which allow users to link to documents and other objects – in this case, a malicious remote server.”
This tool was created by the AutoLog team and has been since leaked. Here is the latest version of their OLE Doc Exploit
When a window pops up saying “The following project cannot be saved in a macro-free document” just simply click no and select any extension of your choice to save the document. Our team suggests using .doc or .docm.

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I Recommend Run This Kind of Tools on VM (Virtual Machines) or Sandbox

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Ty, i want try it )
 

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