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Foresight: openoffice.org Print E-mail
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Posted by Bill Keys   
Previous versions of openoffice.org allow unauthorized arbitrary code execution when a user opens a malformed TIFF image.
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Foresight Linux Essential Advisory: 2007-0056-1
Published: 2007-09-18

Rating: Moderate

Updated Versions:
    openoffice.org=/conary.rpath.com at rpl:devel//1//foresight.rpath.org at fl:1-devel//1/2.3.0-0.0.2-1
    group-dist=/foresight.rpath.org at fl:1-devel//1/1.4.0-0.2-2

References:
    http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2007-2834
    http://www.openoffice.org/security/cves/CVE-2007-2834.html

Description:
     Previous versions of openoffice.org allow unauthorized arbitrary code
     execution when a user opens a malformed TIFF image.

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Copyright 2007 Foresight Linux Project
This file is distributed under the terms of the MIT License.
A copy is available at http://www.foresightlinux.org/permanent/mit-license.html
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