Reporter Ryan Naraine
OpenOffice.org has shipped a new version of the desktop productivity suite to patch six vulnerabilities that could expose users to malicious hacker attacks.
The flaws fixed in OpenOffice.org 3.2 could be exploited via GIF, XPM files and Microsoft Word document processing, according to an advisory released by the open-source group.
September 1, 2016 , 11:52 am
August 29, 2016 , 5:40 pm
August 22, 2016 , 1:52 pm
Here’s the skinny of the vulnerabilities:
- CVE-2006-4339: Potential
vulnerability from 3rd party libxml2 libraries
- CVE-2009-0217: Potential
vulnerability from 3rd party libxmlsec libraries
- CVE-2009-2493: OpenOffice.org 3
for Windows bundles a vulnerable version of MSVC Runtime
- CVE-2009-2949: Potential
vulnerability related to XPM file processing
- CVE-2009-2950: Potential
vulnerability related to GIF file processing
- CVE-2009-3301/2: Potential
vulnerability related to MS-Word document processing
OpenOffice.org users are strongly urged to download and apply the patches.