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On 30/08/2012 at 20:14, Fabian Rodriguez <> wrote:

I saw this a few days ago, I'd like to know what should I make of it?:

This article already explains it:
"Those who need Java to run applications such as Open Office or Freemind can 
still protect themselves by disabling Java in their browser to prevent drive-
by attacks on booby-trapped websites."

Until patch is provided, it might be wise to not open office documents from 
uncertain source (that is: all but your own). Most likely it is not needed, 
but it won't harm.
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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