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Adobe reader X offers better security

Posted on Monday, October 18 2010 @ 16:14:29 CEST by

Adobe announced it will release Acrobat X and Reader X within the next 30 days, these new products will offer tighter security, better collaboration, and easier PDF reading.
The free Adobe Reader X will offer a new Protected Mode to sandbox, or isolate, JavaScript code, 3D rendering, and image parsing in order to better secure PDFs. Adobe has seen an increasing number of security holes in its PDF technology over the past few years, creating trouble for the many people who use the ubiquitous file format. The company is looking to sandboxing, a feature used by Microsoft for Office and Google for Chrome, to counteract those PDF security flaws.

Beyond the tighter security, Reader X will offer Sticky Notes and Highlighter tools for people who want to add comments to a PDF. And users on the go will be able to grab mobile versions of Reader X for Android, Windows Phone 7, and the BlackBerry Tablet operating systems.
More info at CNET.



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