Last week Adobe released fixed 6 critical updates in their September 2018 monthly Patch Tuesday. It looks like they missed one, as Adobe released today an out-of-band security update for a critical vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.
Today Adobe released security updates for Flash Player and ColdFusion as part of their September 2018 monthly patch Tuesday. These updates fix numerous information disclosure vulnerabilities and critical vulnerabilities in ColdFusion that could allow attackers to remotely execute commands on a vulnerable server.
A few minutes ago, Adobe published its monthly Patch Tuesday updates train for the month of August 2018. This month, Adobe's security team patched vulnerabilities in products such as Flash Player (multimedia player), Experience Manager (enterprise CMS), Acrobat and Reader (PDF readers/editors), and the Creative Cloud Desktop App.
In a letter sent today, Oregon Senator Ron Wyden asked officials from three government agencies to come up with solutions and procedures that mandate the removal of Adobe Flash content from all US government websites by August 1, 2019.
Adobe has published its monthly security updates for the month of July 2018, and this month. Unlike last month, there were no zero-days patched this time.
In this deal you get access to 7 courses and over 60 hours of training in how to use Adobe Creative Cloud products such as Photoshop, Pemiere Pro, InDesign, Illustrator, and more. This course is normally priced at $673, but has been discounted 95% as part of this deal to $29.
Adobe announced yesterday plans to buy the Magento e-commerce platform for $1.68 billion. While the Magento brand is mostly known for the open source online store CMS of the same name, Adobe was mostly interested in Magento Commerce, an online-store-as-a-service platform.
An unidentified hacker group appears to have accidentally exposed two fully-working zero-days when they've uploaded a weaponized PDF file to a public malware scanning engine.
Adobe published this month's batch of security fixes, part of the company's regular Patch Tuesday outing. For the month of May 2018, Adobe fixed five vulnerabilities — one in Flash Player, three in the Creative Cloud Desktop application, and one in Connect.
Adobe has published its monthly security bulletin, and for the month of April 2018, the company has addressed security bugs in five products —Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Experience Manager (enterprise CMS), Adobe InDesign (publishing software), Adobe Digital Editions (e-book reader), and Adobe PhoneGap Push Plugin (development library)
Microsoft has released the February 2018 Patch Tuesday security updates, and this month's release comes with fixes for 50 vulnerabilities, along with additional patches for the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities (ADV180002).
Microsoft has released security updates as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday release train, and this month, the company has patched 34 issues affecting eight products.
Earlier today, Adobe has released its monthly security bulletin, and for the month of November 2017, the company patched nine products.
Last week, Adobe claimed it wouldn't release security updates for the first time since July 2012 because it had nothing to patch. Less than six days later, the company released a critical update for Flash Player that fixes a zero-day vulnerability exploited in live attacks.
Adobe just released its monthly security updates and this month the company patched vulnerabilities in three products — Adobe Flash Player, Adobe ColdFusion, and Adobe RoboHelp, the company's lesser known help authoring tool (HAT), used for the creation of online or offline documentation and help files.
Earlier this week, Adobe patched a vulnerability in Flash Player that allows an attacker to use malicious Flash files to leak Windows credentials.
Moments ago, Adobe released its monthly security bulletins and this month the company addressed security flaws in products such as Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Adobe Experience Manager (enterprise CMS), and Adobe Digital Editions (e-book reader).
A petition on GitHub is asking Adobe to release Flash into the hands of the open-source community. Finnish developer Juha Lindstedt started the petition a day after Adobe announced plans to end Flash support by the end of 2020.
Minutes ago, Adobe released two security bulletins containing patches for two products: Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Connect — Adobe's web conferencing platform.