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Last week, Adobe released an advisory (APSA12-01) announcing the upcoming revocation of an Adobe code signing certificate as it was compromised and used to sign at least two malicious utilities. They identified a compromised build server that required access to the code signing infrastructure and have forensic evidence that links it to the signing of […]

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Yesterday, Adobe released a Security Advisory warning about a vulnerability in Adobe Reader and Acrobat. Adobe rated this vulnerability “critical,” because it may allow an attacker to execute code remotely and take control of an affected system. Adobe is currently working on a fix and planning to roll that fix out next week for the 9.x versions of its […]

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Cybercriminals have widely spammed out a malware attack posing as upgrades for Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe X Suite Advanced. The emails, which pretend to come from Adobe, have a ZIP file attached which contains a version of the Zeus Trojan horse, designed to steal banking information from compromised computers. The risk is that less […]

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