razpones writes: "APCMAG.COM reports about "the first worm specifically targeting the open-source office package OpenOffice." "It runs on Windows, Mac and Linux computers, but anti-malware vendor Sophos admits it poses a low threat, especially as it's only a proof-of-concept that hasn't actually been discovered 'in the wild'. The OpenOffice worm uses the inbuilt StarBasic scripting language in the office suite to save scripts to disk in several other languages. The worm attempts to download and display an indecent JPEG image of a man wearing a bunny suit performing a sexual act in woodland." "The group responsible for writing the BadBunny malware don't seem to have much confidence in it spreading as they have sent it directly to our labs." Will Microsoft use this as a new argument against opensource software?"