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PDF-Exploit for recently closed security hole

Adobe released version 9.3.1 of Reader and Acrobat mid February. These versions fix a vulnerability which allows attackers to inject malicious code by luring victims into opening specially prepared PDF documents. Avira saw malicious PDF files appearing in the wild … Continue reading

Adobe Reader and Acrobat 9.3.1 released

As announced last week Adobe released version 9.3.1 of Adobe Reader and for Acrobat. Next to the security flaw which enables malicious scripts to escape the sandbox and access other domains content, there is crash fixed which could lead to … Continue reading

Adobe Flash Player Update

Adobe has published a security bulletin about security vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player. In all versions up to the recent 10.0.42.34 Flash objects could evade the Sandbox which would allow for unauthorized cross domain requests. The vulnerability is rated critical. … Continue reading

Adobe fixes Reader and Acrobat

Not only Microsoft released a bunch of patches to close security holes in their products, but also Adobe now ships updated software to fix several vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader and Acrobat which already get attacked with specially prepared PDF documents … Continue reading

Adobe-Patches are out

As announced, Adobe released the first updates for the critical security vulnerabilities in its products already. The first update is for Adobe Flash-Player – the new version 10.0.32.18 is supposed to close the security hole in the software. You can … Continue reading