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On 2013-09-11 9:10 PM, Vladimir Tagaban <> wrote:
I was just wondering, are there any know security vulnerabilities
with LibreOffice 4.0.2. I want to test it but wanted to know if there
were any concerns. I know that you are currently at version 4.1.1 but
wanted to use an older version.

So, if you want to use an older version but want to be as sure as possible that there arte no vulnerabilities, run the *latest* versin of the *older* one... in this case, 4.0.5.

But to directly answer your question... *all* software has security vulnerabilities. But I'd be much less concerned about security vulnerabilities in Libreoffice than I would my firewall or antivirus software, or a web browser.

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