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JavaScript flaw reported in Adobe Reader

"The United States' Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) warned users of the ubiquitous Adobe Reader to disable the program's use of Javascript after Adobe warned on Monday that a possible flaw had been found.

In a post to its product security blog, the company said it was investigating reports of a serious flaw in Adobe Reader. While initial reports only stated that a flaw had been found in the Linux version of Adobe Reader, the company updated the post on Tuesday to include Windows and Mac OS X versions as well.

"Adobe plans to provide updates for all affected versions for all platforms — Windows, Macintosh and Unix — to resolve this issue," the company stated on its blog. "We are working on a development schedule for these updates and will post a timeline as soon as possible. We are currently not aware of any reports of exploits in the wild for this issue."" - Securityfocus

Read more: http://www.securityfocus.com/brief/953


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