It apparently is not out in the wild but is, instead, proof of concept code.
Because of the shared code base, it also affects Star Office.
We've been saying it for a long time now; when an application or operating system reaches a market share of any significance, the bad guys will start paying heed to attack vectors for it. It has recently happened to Apple, both their Safari browser and the Mac OS X itself.
Move along now. Not much to see here.