Researchers at Kaspersky Lab have spotted what they believe is the first virus for OpenOffice, the open-source rival to Microsoft's Office productivity suite.
As open source started to gain more and more popularity, virus writers/hackers started to target Open source software(s).
FTA "...The virus, dubbed Stardust, is capable of infecting OpenOffice and StarOffice, which is sold by Sun Microsystems, a Kaspersky Lab researcher wrote on the Russian company's Viruslist Web site on Tuesday.."TwitterFacebookGoogle+PDF versionFound an error/typo on this page? Help us!
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