Adobe launches Creative Cloud Express, a unified task-based, web and mobile product that makes it easy to create and share multimedia content — from social media posts and stories to invitations to marketing materials such as logos, flyers, and banners.
Adobe's new Acrobat extensions for Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge provide what the company claims is the most comprehensive set of PDF tools.
Microsoft has issued fixes for 55 vulnerabilities in its products as part of its monthly patch Tuesday. Four of the issues are rated critical, the most severe rating available.
Adobe Acrobat Pro DC now incorporates e-signing capabilities, allowing small businesses to take greater advantage of digital documents.
For once, Microsoft's patching of 48 vulnerabilities as part of its monthly security updates was overshadowed by another company indulging in a similar exercise.
Adobe has announced the biggest ever change to its widely used Acrobat PDF reader, as part of its new Adobe Document Cloud.
It's the first month of the quarter, so systems administrators have patches from Adobe to apply along with those from Microsoft.
Microsoft has pre-announced nine security bulletins will be released this week, five of them rated critical and addressing vulnerabilities in a wide range of software. And Adobe will be releasing security updates on the same day.
An update to Adobe Reader and Acrobat addresses multiple critical vulnerabilities.
As expected, Microsoft and Adobe have released a hefty batch of security updates for their products.
The stars align for a double witching hour this month: both Microsoft and Adobe will be releasing security updates next Tuesday.
Adobe plans to release a security update for Flash Player 10.2 on Friday April 15 (US time). Additional related updates will follow for other Adobe software.
Adobe has updated Acrobat and Reader to fix critical security vulnerabilities in the widely-used PDF applications.
Adobe announced "the immediate availability" of Acrobat X, but it will be up to 30 days before it reaches Australian customers.
Adobe will bring forward by a few days the release of its next quarterly update for Acrobat and Reader in response to a recently-discovered vulnerability that is being exploited in the wild. There's also a warning of an actively exploited vulnerability in Flash Player that will be fixed a the same time.
The 0day exploit for Adobe Acrobat and Reader can be mitigated by a free tool from Microsoft, according to officials at the two companies.
Adobe is warning its users that a critical vulnerability in Acrobat and Reader is being actively exploited.
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