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Adobe has scheduled an update for last week's Acrobat zero-day

Posted by Steven Thom on Feb 18, 2013 1:13:06 PM

Adobe announced in a blog post that they will issue updates for version XI, X, and 9 to close the zero-day hole revealed last week. The patch will be released for Windows, Linux, and Macintosh operating systems. All users are advised to install the patch as soon as it becomes available. Thom Infotech encourages Adobe Acrobat users to enable the automatic update feature that both downloads and installs the patch as soon as it becomes available. This can be found in the Edit > Preferences menu. Scroll down to the "Updater" section and change the default ("Automatically download updates, but let me choose when to install them") to "Automatically install updates". Our Managed IT Services clients will receive the update automatically.

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