The latest version of OpenOffice fixes several vulnerabilities that could
cause a computer to become compromised by a remote attacker.
OpenOffice.org has issued version 3.2, which adds a lengthy list of new
features and improves the suite's overall performance while also fixing six
Three of those problems could allow a remote attacker to execute code. In one
of those cases, a malicious XPM file -- a type of image format supported by ODF
(OpenDocument Format) -- could be maliciously crafted and allow remote user to
execute other code on the computer with the same privileges as the local user.