Openoffice is not a trusted application for Defense+ by default

Why does Defense+ tend to ask if Openoffice is a trusted application when OO is doing it’s job? MS office is never asked and trusted…
I consider OO is a popular software enough to be trusted and whitelisted by CIS by default. :slight_smile:

Both Open Office and Microsoft Office are able to run macros and other potential threats.

My idea is that Comodo should not whitelist whatseover, and that the user should have no default trusted editor: it is up to each of us, depending of what we do with the said softwares, to endorse the responsability to allow them, and most often only partially, and asking to a security software to do it instead of the user is maybe a convenient, but definitely an unsafe feature.