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Adobe to plug two zero-day holes in Reader

Posted on Monday, February 18 2013 @ 13:56:01 CET by


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ComputerWorld reports Adobe will rush out two zero-day security vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader this week. The bugs are already abused by attackers via rigged PDF documents sent as e-mail attachments.
"Adobe plans to make available updates for Adobe Reader and Acrobat ... during the week of February 18, 2013," the company said in its security incident response team's blog Saturday.

An associated security advisory, first issued last Wednesday, has also been updated to reflect the impending updates to Reader for Windows, OS X and Linux.

News of the Adobe Reader vulnerabilities surfaced Feb. 13 when researchers from security vendor FireEye reported that attackers were exploiting the bugs, which exist in the latest versions of the popular PDF-viewing software.




 



 

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