A group of malware developers have produced a proof-of-concept virus called BadBunny that uses OpenOffice macros. The code was sent directly to SophosLabs, which has already issued virus protection updates. Sophos technology consultant Graham Cluley describes BadBunny as "old-school malware seemingly written to show off a proof of concept rather than a serious attempt to spy on and steal from computer users." The virus, which is embedded in a specially crafted OpenOffice Draw document, can execute scripts with user-level permissions and attempts to propagate itself across the Internet via mIRC and XChat.
News source: Ars Technica