On 10/12/2013 05:30 PM, Lasse Kliemann wrote:
Or is there a protocol by which a document could cause harmful code to be
The only thing I'm aware of, will cause the Blue Screen of Death in
Windows, when the document is opened with Microsoft Word. I haven't
tested it with Win8 and the version of Word released specifically for
Win8. It does cause Win7 and Word 2010 to crash.
The same document will not cause Windows system to crash, when opened
with LibO, or OOo, or AOo.
If so, can it be switched off?
For the phenomena I describe, the only defence is to ban Microsoft
Office from your Windows system.
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