Date Id Summary Products Score Patch Annotated
2012-06-17 CVE-2012-0037 Redland Raptor (aka libraptor) before 2.0.7, as used by OpenOffice 3.3 and 3.4 Beta, LibreOffice before 3.4.6 and 3.5.x before 3.5.1, and other products, allows user-assisted remote attackers to read arbitrary files via a crafted XML external entity (XXE) declaration and reference in an RDF document. Openoffice, Debian_linux, Fedora, Raptor, Libreoffice, Enterprise_linux_desktop, Enterprise_linux_eus, Enterprise_linux_server, Enterprise_linux_server_aus, Enterprise_linux_workstation, Gluster_storage_server_for_on\-Premise, Storage, Storage_for_public_cloud 6.5
2019-12-20 CVE-2012-5639 LibreOffice and OpenOffice automatically open embedded content Openoffice, Debian_linux, Libreoffice 6.5
2023-07-10 CVE-2023-1183 A flaw was found in the Libreoffice package. An attacker can craft an odb containing a "database/script" file with a SCRIPT command where the contents of the file could be written to a new file whose location was determined by the attacker. Fedora, Libreoffice, Enterprise_linux 5.5
2020-05-18 CVE-2020-12801 If LibreOffice has an encrypted document open and crashes, that document is auto-saved encrypted. On restart, LibreOffice offers to restore the document and prompts for the password to decrypt it. If the recovery is successful, and if the file format of the recovered document was not LibreOffice's default ODF file format, then affected versions of LibreOffice default that subsequent saves of the document are unencrypted. This may lead to a user accidentally saving a MSOffice file format... Libreoffice, Leap 5.3
2020-06-08 CVE-2020-12802 LibreOffice has a 'stealth mode' in which only documents from locations deemed 'trusted' are allowed to retrieve remote resources. This mode is not the default mode, but can be enabled by users who want to disable LibreOffice's ability to include remote resources within a document. A flaw existed where remote graphic links loaded from docx documents were omitted from this protection prior to version 6.4.4. This issue affects: The Document Foundation LibreOffice versions prior to 6.4.4. Fedora, Libreoffice, Leap 5.3
2020-06-08 CVE-2020-12803 ODF documents can contain forms to be filled out by the user. Similar to HTML forms, the contained form data can be submitted to a URI, for example, to an external web server. To create submittable forms, ODF implements the XForms W3C standard, which allows data to be submitted without the need for macros or other active scripting Prior to version 6.4.4 LibreOffice allowed forms to be submitted to any URI, including file: URIs, enabling form submissions to overwrite local files.... Fedora, Libreoffice, Leap 6.5
2023-12-11 CVE-2023-6185 Improper Input Validation vulnerability in GStreamer integration of The Document Foundation LibreOffice allows an attacker to execute arbitrary GStreamer plugins. In affected versions the filename of the embedded video is not sufficiently escaped when passed to GStreamer enabling an attacker to run arbitrary gstreamer plugins depending on what plugins are installed on the target system. Debian_linux, Fedora, Libreoffice 8.8
2023-12-11 CVE-2023-6186 Insufficient macro permission validation of The Document Foundation LibreOffice allows an attacker to execute built-in macros without warning. In affected versions LibreOffice supports hyperlinks with macro or similar built-in command targets that can be executed when activated without warning the user. Debian_linux, Fedora, Libreoffice 8.8
2023-05-25 CVE-2023-0950 Improper Validation of Array Index vulnerability in the spreadsheet component of The Document Foundation LibreOffice allows an attacker to craft a spreadsheet document that will cause an array index underflow when loaded. In the affected versions of LibreOffice certain malformed spreadsheet formulas, such as AGGREGATE, could be created with less parameters passed to the formula interpreter than it expected, leading to an array index underflow, in which case there is a risk that arbitrary... Debian_linux, Libreoffice 7.8
2023-05-25 CVE-2023-2255 Improper access control in editor components of The Document Foundation LibreOffice allowed an attacker to craft a document that would cause external links to be loaded without prompt. In the affected versions of LibreOffice documents that used "floating frames" linked to external files, would load the contents of those frames without prompting the user for permission to do so. This was inconsistent with the treatment of other linked content in LibreOffice. This issue affects: The Document... Debian_linux, Libreoffice 5.3