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Zero-day PDF attack goes after Flash flaw

Adobe's unfortunate security problems continue: Symantec today reported that is has discovered a new attack in the wild using malicious PDFs that target a...

Adobe admits users vulnerable after downloading Reader

Adobe acknowledged that some users are vulnerable to attack after downloading an outdated version of Reader from its Web site, and said it is reevaluating how it updates the popular PDF reader.

Mac News Briefs: Modem Mate boosts 3G modem signal strength

The Modem Mate is designed to work with modems that lack external antenna connectors. Meanwhile, the updated Combine PDFs adds a preference window that lets users set whether PDF files should open with Acrobat Reader or Preview. app suite still undercooked

Adobe's suite of collaborative applications is out of beta. PC World's Michael Scalisi takes a look at the word processing, web conferencing, PDF creation, and file storage apps.

Mac News Briefs: Daz 3D releases enhanced version of animation program

In addition to releasing a free version of Daz Studio 3, the developer rolled out Daz Studio 3 Advanced, which targets 3-D animators, designers, and illustrators with professional level tools.

Adobe's collaboration services emerge from beta

Adobe's collaboration services emerge from beta Monday.

Mac News Briefs: Adobe puts out Acrobat, Reader security updates

The software maker says the 9.1.2 versions of its PDF creation tool and viewer address critical security vulnerabilities. Also, new versions of Vue Personal Learning Edition and PDF Enhancer were released Tuesday.

Adobe will deliver its first quarterly patches next Tuesday

Adobe Systems will deliver its first set of quarterly patches next Tuesday.

Adobe fixes security holes in Acrobat, Reader

Following up on a promise made last week, Adobe on Tuesday updated its Acrobat and Reader apps with security fixes.

Adobe promises fixes for latest flaws by next week

Adobe expects to have patches ready for its Acrobat and Reader products by next week.