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Sent: Mar 24, 2012 4:36 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: LibreOffice ''Insecure" per Secunia

On 03/24/2012 03:14 PM, Dan Lewis wrote:
On Sat, 2012-03-24 at 15:27 -0600, wrote:
Love LibreOffice, have happily used it and it's predecessor for years! 
One problem: Secunia is now saying the most recent LibreOffice update is ''insecure''.
Not sure what that means, not a techie, but I wanted to pass that along fwiw.

     What is the link to Secunia's statement. I have done a web search
and did not find what you said. Last summer, there was an issue. There
was also a solution: upgrade to a specified version. Recently, there is
the CVE-2012-0037 security issue. Upgrading to 3.4.6 if using 3.4.5 or
upgrading to 3.5.1 from 3.5.0 will solve the problem as well.

Notice(s) are here:

     Sounds to me that the most recent updates for LibreOffice are
secure for now. Possibly some time in the future, some other security
issues will arise. But this will give the developers time to continue
working on the code weeding potential problems before they become real

It seems to be a mix of LO and Secuna:


OOo/AOO has a similar problem w/Secuna:

Thank you! I just found this too, something about some Raptor library  You're right, Secunia didn't acknowledge the update lol. 

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