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Adobe patches 23 security flaws in Reader and Acrobat

Posted on Wednesday, October 06 2010 @ 18:55:07 CEST by


Adobe rolled out a new security update for its Reader and Acrobat software which addresses a total of 23 security issues.
The patches resolve memory corruption, privilege escalation, prefix protocol handler, denial of service and prefix protocol handler vulnerabilities, and a font-parsing input issue which is currently being exploited. An update is highly recommended so check out Adobe's site for Reader 9.4 and Acrobat 9.4.
Source: TC Mag



 



 

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