Trio of security holes found in OpenOffice
OpenOffice users have been warned to be vigilant following the disclosure of three vulnerabilities in the popular open source alternative to Microsoft Office.
Security firm Secunia classified the trio of vulnerabilities as 'highly critical', the company's second-highest alert level.
The vulnerabilities could be exploited to cause anything from a denial-of-service attack to remote execution of code. Trio of security holes found in OpenOffice - Security - www.itnews.com.au
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