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Open Office Vulnerability

Something strange happened a few days ago with my Open Office. It took forever and a day to open. Once it was opened, I’d be working on a document and the cursor seemed to have a mind of its own. It was slow typing and following what I was inputting via the keyboard. In other words, my version seemed very vulnerable as if there was a virus in it.

I ran a scan with my anti-virus software and received a vulnerability report. The report stated that I needed to update to the current version (which came out a couple of months ago). Once I did that, it took a couple of system restarts, but it eventually took care of my Open Office vulnerabilities and weird-acting maneuvers.

One scary thing, however, was the fact that my entire Documents library was not appearing as being transferred over into the updated version of OO. Yikes!! I needed to, once again, restart my system. Eventually, the entire document library did – easily and entirely – transfer over into the new version.
I currently have 3.2 Version of OO.

Wanted to share this in case anyone else is going through the same thing.

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