A really bad piece of news this, really. Kaspersky lab researchers have found what they believe to be the first virus for StarOffice and Open Office. It's called Stardust, and is macro based. You can find more information on it here - http://www.scmagazine.com/uk/news/article/562424/macro+virus+suns+staroffice+found/. I am quite often surprised by some of the conversations I have with people about this type of thing - many times they expect us to be pleased, or gloating. The reality is that I and many other people at Microsoft just think it's really sad. Sad that more and more applications, platforms and types of device are being targetted by malicious people (I got my first PocketPC with anti-virus preinstalled the other day), and actually affecting more and more users and making life difficult for them. Contrary to popular belief, most of us here at Microsoft don't want other vendors to have to go to the pain that Microsoft has had to go through. What we would probably all like is for these sorts of attacks to stop. About as likely as world peace though it seems.