An Egyptian hacker claims to have breached one of Adobe's servers and gotten his hands on a database containing over 150,000 records belonging to Adobe's customers.
The good news is that the exploit costs $50,000 which limits the purchase of it to defense contractors, nation states and some criminal organizations that may be able to recoup the cost of purchase.
Russian based security company Group-IB announced a new zero day vulnerability in Adobe Reader 10 and 11.
Adobe unveiled Adobe Acrobat XI software with cloud services, a new solution that features newly integrated cloud services, including Web contracting with Adobe EchoSign and forms creation, data collection and analysis with Adobe FormsCentral.
Adobe has confirmed that one of their build servers that has access to the Adobe code signing infrastructure has been compromised, allowing attackers to digitally sign two malicious utilities with a valid Adobe code signing certificate.
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