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On 4/17/2014 4:13 PM, Cley Faye <> wrote:
2014-04-17 21:52 GMT+02:00 Tanstaafl <>:
This is an OpenSSL bug, what does this have to do with Libreoffice?

‚ÄčAs far as I can tell, it's because LibreOffice was linked with a
"vulnerable" version of openssl.

Again... in what way was Libreoffice 'linked' to OpenSSL???????

Libreoffice is NOT a communication package utilizing TCP/UDP connections, so, in what possible way could the heartbleed bug affect Libreoffice?

It's never bad to be on the side of precautions by using the latest
versions (especially if it provides bugfixes), but I'm not sure how an
exploit on the server side of a TLS connection could cause issue in a
client software. Better safe than sorry I suppose.

Are you talking about the libreoffice WEBSITE? Thatr is completely different and totally unrelated to the SOFTWARE ON the site...

Of course, unless you are concerned that the available downloads were replaced with infected versions... which I guess is not impossible.

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