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Adobe patches actively exploited ColdFusion vulnerabilities

Adobe released security patches for its ColdFusion application server on Tuesday, addressing four critical vulnerabilities that have been actively exploited by attackers since the beginning of January.

Adobe patches critical flaws in Flash, Reader, and Acrobat

Adobe has issued its "Patch Tuesday" updates--fixing critical vulnerabilities in three of its most widely used products.

Adobe promises to soon patch 2-year-old Shockwave flaw

Adobe plans in February to close a dangerous hole in its Shockwave application that causes the application to be downgraded when a user launches older multimedia content, allowing hackers to target years-old vulnerabilities.

Review: Nitro Pro 8 gives Adobe Acrobat XI a run for its money

If you're looking for an application that can get most of their PDF-related tasks done without many extras, then Nitro Pro 8 is worth checking out. It costs a fraction of what the Adobe program does, too.

Adobe drags Google into Microsoft's Patch Tuesday

Google has been dragged into adopting rival Microsoft's Patch Tuesday, a move that is fall out from action Adobe took last month.

Adobe updates Photoshop, boosts Creative Cloud services

Adobe used its Creative Live event to spotlight updates to a range of its creative products and services.

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Adobe confirms Connectusers breach, shuts down website

Adobe has shut down a community forum users of its Adobe Connect Web conferencing platform.

Adobe investigates alleged customer data breach

Adobe said Wednesday it is investigating the release of 230 names, email addresses and encrypted passwords claimed to have been stolen from a company database.

Adobe, now 'married' to Microsoft, moves Flash updates to Patch Tuesday

Adobe on Tuesday announced that it will pair future security updates for its popular Flash Player with Microsoft's Patch Tuesday schedule.

Adobe patches six critical vulnerabilities in Shockwave Player

The vulnerabilities could potentially have allowed hackers to execute malicious code