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Security updates available for many Adobe products

Yesterday, Adobe released the following Security Bulletins: APSB11-14 – Security update available for ColdFusion (Important Severity) APSB11-15 – Security update available for LiveCycle Data Services, LiveCycle ES, and BlazeDS (Important Severity) APSB11-16 – Security update available for Adobe Reader and … Continue reading

Busy Patchday: Updates for almost everything

Today seems to be administrators nightmare day: Not only Microsoft released the announced updates on the regular Patch Tuesday, but also Adobe for Reader and Flash Player and Google for the Chrome web browser. And even worse, this doesn’t make … Continue reading

Record Patchday

Just as announced last Friday, the Redmond company released 14 security bulletins dealing with 34 vulnerabilities within the Windows operating systems and further Microsoft software on the August 2010 patchday – never before so many security bulletins were released on … Continue reading

Plenty of Updates on Patch Tuesday

This Black Tuesday was different as anticipated – Microsoft releases only one security bulletin, but other companies “jumped in” and deliver updates now as well. For the windows operating systems, only one Security Bulletin was released. MS10-001 deals with a … Continue reading

Quiet Patch Tuesday ahead

For the coming Tuesday the Redmond company only announces one Security Bulletin. It deals with a security vulnerability Microsoft considers to be critical just in Windows 2000 – in all other operating systems, the impact is “low”. The 2008 server … Continue reading

Microsoft, Apple and Adobe ship Updates

Microsoft, Apple and Adobe provide new updates to their users. While Microsoft plugs 14 holes alone in its PowerPoint software, Apple fixes 67 security holes in its Mac OS X operating system and in the Safari web browser. Adobe closes … Continue reading