"Security experts have discovered vulnerabilities in
OpenOffice.org that could allow attackers to remotely execute code
on Linux, Windows or Apple Mac-based computers.
"OpenOffice version 2.0.4 and earlier versions are vulnerable to
maliciously crafted TIFF files, which can be delivered in an e-mail
attachment, published on a Web site or shared using peer-to-peer
software. The next version of OpenOffice (version 2.3) arrived on
September 17 and is not affected by the flaw..."
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