I will attempt to help you and do not profess to be an expert.
If you treat all security as layers, each one is as important the next
and all of them are points of failure.
That being said, the easiest breach is at the inner layers.
As for LibreOffice, start here:
Do your research well in RED HAT/Linux and network secured environments
and you will be no worse off then the rest.
Statistically, we all in the same boat.
There are those who can point out singular evidence of foul play, but I
suspect very few who can point out more than a few.
Just because someone is able to pull an the same ace of hearts from a
deck of cards does not mean know they know all the other cards.
Be vigilant about CVE's.
See what is required by your and other governmental offices.
Try to enjoy your pursuit.
On 10/31/22 08:41, Alvarito wrote:
My name is Alvaro Hinojosa, in order to user your
software, I need to install LibreOffice in a high secure environment
(Linux RedHat), is there any documentation or guides about libreoffice
most secure settingsThanks
Thanks in advance
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