Two security vulnerabilities were recently discovered with the archive manager 7-Zip (popular on Windows). CVE-2016-2335 can "lead, in some circumstances, to arbitrary code execution", and CVE-2016-2334 is an "exploitable heap overflow vulnerability". These vulnerabilities are fixed in 16.00 and newer (16.02 being the current release). I presume these vulnerabilities also affect p7zip (a Linux port of 7-Zip), though have not found any reliable confirmations.
I thought I'd mention these vulnerabilities here in the Linux section in case anyone is using p7zip (personally I do sometimes, as it's a great program). The most recent port of p7zip is 15.14.1, but users of many distros may be running older versions like 9.20 (eg: Ubuntu Trusty, Ubuntu Xenial, Debian Jessie, Linux Mint Qiana).