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In Other News | Posted 14 Feb 2013 | Comments Off on Adobe Exploits in the Wild | 1,713 views

The Adobe Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) has post an advisory for two nulnerabilities. This affects both Window and Mac OS X platforms. Adobe has acknowledged reports of malicious PDF files being sent in the wild.…

In Other News | Posted 6 Dec 2011 | Comments Off on Adobe Exploit in the Wild | 4,008 views

Adobe has released a security advisory for Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader. The zero day vulnerability, which is being actively exploited, allows an attacker to take control of a vulnerable computer. Adobe states in a blog post that they have …

Defense In Depth | Posted 19 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Beware of PDFs | 1,231 views

Attackers are hoping to cache in on the fact that vulnerable versions of Adobe Reader are still in use. The PDFs are being sent with pleas for help. Help! I can’t upload this file. Help! I can’t read this PDF.

Data Management | Posted 21 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on Adobe Pushing Third Party Software? | 1,315 views

Security researcher Aviv Raff has revealed that the Adobe Download Manager can be tricked into installing third party software. Adobe has responded, and stated that they are working with Raff to resolve the issue. Unexpected Adobe updates should …

In Other News | Posted 9 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on Holy Cow Adobe! 16 Months! | 1,129 views

Threatpost is reporting that a known issue with Adobe Flash has been unchecked for 16 months. Apparently a procedural error and buzz around the pending Flash 10 release led to the oversight. The issue has been fixed in version …

In Other News | Posted 11 Oct 2009 | Comments Off on Adobe Exploits In the Wild | 1,122 views

Adobe has announced on their blog that there are reports of in-the-wild exploits for Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobot. Unfortunately everyone must wait until October 13th for the fix to be published.…