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Adobe finds Flash flaw in Excel docs
Patch due on Monday.
Mar 15 2011 11:00AM
Adobe mega patch update
Adobe on Tuesday released its quarterly security update, fixing dozens of vulnerabilities, including 29 flaws in its popular PDF viewing software Reader and Acrobat and 13 in Flash Player.
Feb 10 2011 12:32PM
Adobe launches sandboxed Reader for security boost
Ring-fenced Reader X promises to limit damage from attacks
Nov 22 2010 10:14AM
Adobe to issue emergency updates for Reader, Acrobat
Out-of-band patch addresses zero-day.
Nov 16 2010 1:39PM
Adobe investigating DoS 'issue' in Reader
Could allow remote code execution.
Nov 8 2010 2:28PM
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Nov 1 2010 12:29PM
Adobe reveals new flaw affecting Flash and Reader
Fixes coming next month.
Oct 29 2010 12:05PM
Adobe isolates malware threat with new Reader
X marks the spot.
Oct 20 2010 2:37PM
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Oct 18 2010 4:15PM
New Reader, Acrobat from Adobe fixed for 23 flaws
Adobe closes a whopping 23 vulnerabilities in new release.
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Adobe Reader, Acrobat patches coming Tuesday
Pushed forward due to active exploits.
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Adobe grapples with new Reader, Acrobat zero-day
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Sep 9 2010 10:26AM
Adobe issues emergency patch for Reader, Acrobat
Flash Player flaws also addressed.
Aug 20 2010 2:06PM
Adobe confirms critical flaw in Reader and Acrobat
Affects current and earlier versions.
Aug 5 2010 12:39PM
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Jul 22 2010 2:00PM
Adobe 'sandbox' to protect Reader from hackers
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Jul 21 2010 12:59AM
PDF vulnerability lingers despite patch
Still open to social engineering attack.
Jul 5 2010 6:43AM
Adobe fills 17 Reader and Acrobat holes
Software firm accelerates patch cycle to address critical flaws.
Jul 1 2010 7:04AM
New versions of Reader, Acrobat close publicised flaws
Adobe's releases fixes for a dangerous zero-day vulnerability.
Jun 30 2010 10:59AM
Critical Adobe Flash and Reader flaw being exploited
Present in latest versions.
Jun 8 2010 2:05PM
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