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Displaying items by tag: Adobe Reader

Wednesday, 09 August 2017 09:46

Adobe outdoes Microsoft in issuing security updates

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.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 22 November 2016 14:41

Scan – new to Adobe Reader Mobile

In this increasingly mobile first, cloud first, world Adobe has incorporated its new Sensei scanning into its free Adobe Reader Android and iOS app.

Published in Apps

Singing from the e-Sign song sheet, Adobe launches ‘significant new e-sign capabilities in Document Cloud’ it says ‘will make electronically signing documents and contracts easier than ever before.’

Wednesday, 09 January 2013 16:18

Adobe patches Flash, Acrobat and Reader

It's the first month of the quarter, so systems administrators have patches from Adobe to apply along with those from Microsoft.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 02 October 2012 14:40

Acrobat XI goes touchy-cloudy

The latest iteration of Adobe's venerable PDF software focuses on integration with cloud services and Microsoft software, plus a 'touch-friendly' user interface.

Published in Cloud Services

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.

Published in Security
Friday, 11 November 2011 15:50

Nitro plans cloud-based personal document manager

Nitro is building on the success of its PDF creation, reading and editing software. A cloud-based personal document manager is under development for a mid-2012 launch.

Published in Cloud Computing
New and emerging cyber threats will be used by cybercriminals to target and attack social network sites this year, with McAfee predicting sites like Twitter and Facebook will be the ‘platforms of choice’ for these attacks.

Published in Security
Saturday, 16 January 2010 00:19

Cyber attack exploited unknown IE vulnerability

The China-based cyberassault on Google and other companies used a previously unknown Internet Explorer vulnerability as one attack vector. Microsoft has issued a Security Advisory.

Published in Security
Friday, 15 January 2010 10:26

OWA under attack by malware-mongers

Outlook Web Access users are being targeted by a malware campaign, a security vendor has warned.

Published in Security
Thursday, 14 January 2010 04:23

Google attack: source code the real target?

It seems there was more to the China-based attack on Google and other US companies than the search giant originally revealed. Source code may have been the real target.

Published in Security
Critical updates to Adobe Acrobat and Reader fix eight vulnerabilities. Versions for all supported platforms are affected.

Published in Security
Thursday, 17 December 2009 04:44

Adobe Reader, Acrobat patch could be a month away

Adobe has confirmed the existence of a critical vulnerability in Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat, and plans to release an update by the middle of January 2010.

Published in Security
Exploits for a new 0-day vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat and Reader have been detected in the wild. Time to disable JavaScript?

Published in Security
Monday, 12 October 2009 03:07

Adobe Acrobat, Reader updates ahead

Adobe is preparing to release critical security updates for Acrobat and Reader this week. At least one of the vulnerabilities is being targeted by attackers.

Published in Security
Saturday, 01 August 2009 03:22

Adobe releases security update

The critical vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat, Acrobat Reader, AIR, and Flash Player has been addressed with new security updates from Adobe.

A critical vulnerability has been discovered in Adobe Reader, Acrobat and Flash Player. The vulnerability is being actively exploited against Reader 9 on Windows.

Published in Security
Drive-by download malware is still the most often downloaded nasty by Internet users, with vulnerabilities in Adobe and Microsoft products often the stalking horse of the trojans spreading infection around the Web.

Published in Security
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