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El 13-10-2015 11:30, Cley Faye escribió:
As long as you download the software from a trusted source (as in, the
official LibreOffice website) there is nothing to worry about on this front.

Do not forget that a user of OS X, asking the question.

Also a reliable source of download for users of OS X is the App Store. Thanks to friends of Collabora (, you can access LibreOffice Vanilla ( that is the same as LibreOffice fresh and LibreOffice from Collabora ( that LibreOffice is stable version with commerciall support to a reasonable price, Both meet high safety levels. Also, remember that security, much it depends on the user, file sharing and how to use the software.

Bastián Díaz

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