Posts Tagged ‘adobe security’

Adobe Security Updates for Flash, Adobe Reader and Acrobat

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

If you use Adobe Flash, Reader or Acrobat, you should probably check this out …

Adobe has released updates for their popular Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat applications. The updates address a critical security vulnerability that was discoveredearlier this month.


Adobe Security Bulletin Summary Feburary 2011

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

… And while we’re on the subject of security updates, here’s one for Adobe that looks pretty important too.

Adobe Software yesterday released updates for some of its popular software applications, including updates for Adobe Reader, Acrobat and the Adobe Flash Player. The updates address critical security issues in the products making them mandatory updates for all users of said products.


Adobe Patches and Reports New Vulnerabilities

Friday, November 5th, 2010

It’s strange that Adobe went for years without many major security problems, but then all of a sudden, it seems like there’s a new Adobe security problem every week …

Adobe’s Flash Player was updated yesterday fixing several security vulnerabilities in the process. The patch was initially slated for a November 9 release but released in advance yesterday. But Adobe Flash was not the only vulnerable Adobe product. Adobe has scheduled an update for their popular pdf readers Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat on November 15 to fix an actively exploited vulnerability.


Adobe Reader 9.4 Download Available

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

It took ’em a while, but it looks like Adobe has finally come up with a security fix for Reader and Acrobat …

Adobe has just released an update for their popular pdf reader Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat, raising versions of the two programs to 9.4. Both program updates fix critical security vulnerabilities identified in Adobe Reader 9.3.4 and earlier, as well as Acrobat 9.3.4 and earlier. Vulnerabilities affect all supported operating systems, and users are encouraged to upgrade their version as soon as possible to protect their computer system from exploits.