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LibreOffice moves to web and tablets
OpenOffice spin-off spins out to web and mobile.
Oct 19 2011 8:24AM
AGIMO kicks off desktop standard review
Office document format among others under review.
Sep 14 2011 11:54AM
Oracle ditches Open Office
Reunification with LibreOffice unlikely.
Jun 3 2011 6:58AM
Oracle hangs up the gloves on OpenOffice
Now an open source community project.
Apr 18 2011 3:02AM
OpenOffice releases patches for two vulnerabilities
The open-source alternative to Microsoft Office has released patches to rectify two critical flaws.
Oct 30 2008 9:36AM
Demand outstrips supply for OpenOffice
Demand for the OpenOffice 3.0 suite has been so high that it has taken down the company’s servers.
Oct 15 2008 3:37PM
Sun sheds light on OpenOffice strategy
Sun Microsystems has vowed to make its free office suite every bit as good as its paid-for offering..
Dec 17 2007 2:45PM
Fedora patches old OpenOffice flaw
Fedora has fixed a 'highly critical' flaw in the OpenOffice suite of products more than two weeks after it was first discovered.
Oct 8 2007 7:28AM
OpenOffice hit by 'highly critical' flaw
A 'highly critical' flaw has been discovered in the OpenOffice suite of products that could allow hackers to access a user's system.
Sep 19 2007 1:49PM
OpenOffice adds enhancements
Version 2.3 of the open-source productivity suite adds numerous improvements
Sep 19 2007 9:39AM
Badbunny worm attacks OpenOffice across Windows, Mac and Linux
A proof-of-concept multiplatform macro worm that can attack OpenOffice on Windows, Mac and Linux PCs, has been sent to security vendor Sophos.
May 24 2007 7:31AM
OpenOffice worm downloads bunny porn
A newly-discovered worm targeting OpenOffice attempts to download indecent JPEG images onto compromised Windows, Mac and Linux PCs.
May 22 2007 10:04AM
Sun boosts Mac OpenOffice push
Company commits to porting open-source suite.
May 4 2007 11:10AM
Trio of security holes found in OpenOffice
Open source app becomes a little more like its Microsoft counterpart.
Mar 23 2007 2:52PM
Red Hat patch numerous OpenOffice flaws
Debian released a patch to fix multiple vulnerabilities in OpenOffice that open up the users' systems to compromise, Secunia reported on Wednesday.
Mar 23 2007 12:52AM
OpenOffice calls on Dell for distribution deal
Open source project appeals directly to Michael Dell.
Mar 15 2007 11:56AM
Dell users ask for Linux, OpenOffice support
Computer builder launches Digg-like user feedback service.
Feb 21 2007 3:58PM
OpenOffice patches Windows Metafile hole
The vendors who distribute OpenOffice issued a patch this week to fix a Windows Metafile (WMF) vulnerability in the open-source productivity suite.
Jan 5 2007 11:53PM
OpenOffice patches three security holes
OpenOffice.org has released an update for its open source productivity suite that plugs three security vulnerabilities.
Jul 4 2006 9:45AM
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