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Hi all,

Top posting to answer to all, the risk for LibreOffice users was when
using remote location like webdav or cmis. But again, LibreOffice 4.1.x
branch is not touched by Hearbleed because the OpenSSL library used
doesn't have the bug. In the LibreOffice 4.2.x branch, the last
fixes the OpenSSl library used, so if you use this branch, you should
update to the last released version. But again the risk for LO was
rather low.

To answer you specific question now:
Le 18/04/2014 17:37, alnuwer a écrit :
So I guess I have 3 choices:
Do nothing  - I'm running version  (I have it set to auto update)
Go "back" to 4.1.5. Will I be giving up functionality?
Go to But the release notes say it "remains targeted for early
adopters and private power users," which I'm not!

Each of the 4.2.x.x releases are for early adopters because the version
is still quite new and needs more tests to be said "Stable". If you use
version of this branch you should always update to the last available.

So in layman terms, what is the difference between and 4.1.5?

See above, the 4.1.5 version is stable and has been tested for a long
time now. I you want to use it for your daily work, you should always
stay with this branch 4.1.x, until the 4.2.x branch is said stable and
for all users.

Kind regards
Sophie Gautier <>
Membership & Certification Committee Member - Co-founder
The Document Foundation

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