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It's October 2018, and Microsoft Exchange can be pwned by a plucky eight-year-old... bug

Microsoft has released the October edition of its monthly security update, addressing a total of 49 CVE-listed bugs. DLL bug a blast from the past Among the 49 fixes were three issues that have already been publicly disclosed and a fourth that was being targeted in the wild. On top of that, a remote code execution bug in …
Shaun Nichols, 9 Oct 2018
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Haven't updated your Adobe PDF software lately? Here's 85 new reasons to do it now

Adobe has posted an update to address 85 CVE-listed security vulnerabilities in Acrobat and Reader for both Windows and macOS. The PDF apps have received a major update that includes dozens of fixes for flaws that would allow for remote code execution attacks if exploited. Other possible attacks include elevation of privilege …
Shaun Nichols, 2 Oct 2018

Adobe forks out $4.75bn for Marketo in massive marketing mashup move

Adobe has forked out $4.75bn for cloudy software-as-a-service biz Marketo, in one of the largest marketing tech buys to date. The transaction, which was first mooted last week, was confirmed today and puts Adobe in a position to compete for enterprise customers in the marketing automation playing field. The near-$5bn price …
Rebecca Hill, 21 Sep 2018
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On the edge of its seats: Cloud rains down even more cash on Adobe

Adobe, the maker of reassuringly expensive software for creative types that have limited tech alternatives, has again wrapped up another quarter of double-digit jumps in both the top and bottom lines. cloud killer Adobe kills Creative Suite – all future features online only READ MORE For the three months ended 31 August – …
Paul Kunert, 14 Sep 2018
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It's September 2018, and Windows VMs can pwn their host servers by launching an evil app

Admins will again be working overtime as Microsoft and Adobe have posted their monthly scheduled security updates for September. This month's Patch Tuesday bundle includes critical fixes for Windows, SQL Server, and Hyper V, as well as Flash and Cold Fusion. Rude guests and ugly images menace Microsoft In total, Microsoft …
Shaun Nichols, 11 Sep 2018
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Congress wants CVE stability, China wants your LinkedIn details, and Adobe wants you to patch Creative Cloud

Another week has come and gone. This one included some Fortnite flaws, a nasty Intel bug, and a voting machine maker whining about hacking contests. Here’s a bit more of the recent news in security: Exciting new LinkedIn use case: Chinese spying Be careful the next time you get an invite to connect on LinkedIn: you might be …
Shaun Nichols, 1 Sep 2018

Whoa, is it Patch Tuesday already? No, just an unexpected critical Photoshop fix

Adobe says there's a critical flaw in its Photoshop Creative Cloud software for Windows and macOS that can be exploited by malicious files to hijack systems. The unscheduled update fixes up critical memory corruption bugs discovered by Fortinet's Kushal Arvind Shah, both of which leave vulnerable systems open to remote code …

Patch Tuesday heats up with pair of exploited zero-days squashed – plus 58 other vulns fixed

Microsoft and Adobe have teamed up to deliver more than 70 patches with this month's Patch Tuesday batch released today. Microsoft contributed the bulk of the fixes emitted this month, kicking out updates for 60 CVE-listed vulnerabilities in its products. These should be installed as soon as you're able to test and deploy them …
Shaun Nichols, 14 Aug 2018

Adobe on internal systems security hole: Panic not. It isn't critical

Adobe has attempted to play down the significance of a vulnerability in its internal systems. Bug hunters at an outfit called Vulnerability Laboratory claimed they had discovered a remote code execution hole in one of the Photoshop giant's main staff-only database systems – a weakness that was only corrected on Saturday. …
John Leyden, 19 Jul 2018
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Intel, Microsoft, Adobe release a swarm of bug fixes to ruin your week

IT admins face a busy week ahead as Microsoft, Intel, and Adobe have issued bundles of scheduled security fixes addressing more than 150 CVE-listed vulnerabilities. Surprise, surprise, Microsoft has a ton of browser fixes For Redmond, the July Patch Tuesday will bring fixes for 53 individual bugs, 25 of those allowing for …
Shaun Nichols, 11 Jul 2018
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How a tax form kludge gifted the world 25 joyous years of PDF

HTML is the world's most common digital document file format. However, it's not the one everyone turns to when they want to create a precise document that looks, prints and behaves the same on any platform on any device. And it's hardly the format of choice for immediate offline reading, easy sharing or simple portability. For …
Alistair Dabbs, 21 Jun 2018
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Adobe’s e-signature service to go bi-cloud: Adds Azure to AWS

Adobe is taking its “Sign” electronic signature service into Microsoft’s Azure cloud, in addition to its current arrangement that sees the service run in Amazon’s cloud. Sign is an electronic signature service that allows users to sign documents by scrawling their sign on a screen or with a mouse, then using that signature in …
Simon Sharwood, 19 Jun 2018
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Stop us if you've heard this one: Adobe Flash gets emergency patch for zero-day exploit

Adobe has kicked out an out-of-band update for a security vulnerability in Flash – after learning the bug was being actively exploited in the wild by hackers to hijack PCs. The Photoshop giant said today its Flash Player 30.0.0.113 update should be a top installation priority for Mac, Windows, and Linux systems. One of the …
Shaun Nichols, 7 Jun 2018
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Adobe acquires Magento to go B2B2C and beyond

Adobe has announced it will acquire Magento Commerce, and fold the gobbled business's platform into its Experience Cloud. Magento started life as an open-source web platform that melded content management and e-commerce, an approach that simplified matters considerably for small business and attracted plenty of larger users …
Simon Sharwood, 22 May 2018
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Signal bugs, car hack antics, the Adobe flaw you may have missed, and much more

Roundup Here's your guide to this week's infosec news beyond what we've already covered. ICE's extreme vetting plan melts away US Customs won't getting their massive terror predicting system after all. It's reported that America's immigration cops – ICE – have abandoned its call for the development of an artificially intelligent tool …
Shaun Nichols, 19 May 2018

How many ways can a PDF mess up your PC? 47 in this Adobe update alone

Adobe has posted security updates for Acrobat, Reader, and Photoshop, many of them critical fixes. The developer says the Acrobat and Reader update will address a total of 47 CVE-listed vulnerabilities, including two dozen remote code execution flaws in the PDF readers. Adobe notes that none of the bugs are being actively …
Shaun Nichols, 14 May 2018
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Adobe, 'hyper personalisation' and your privacy

Adobe Summit Business success today is about "data required to understand each person's context in every moment", with the intelligence to take the right action, said Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen in the opening keynote of the company's EMEA Summit in London. "People are buying experiences, not products." Adobe Project Felix, a 3D design …
Tim Anderson, 8 May 2018
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It's April 2018 – and Patch Tuesday shows Windows security is still foiled by fiendish fonts

Microsoft has released the April edition of its monthly security update, this time addressing a total of 63 CVE-listed vulnerabilities. This month's update includes critical fixes for the usual suspects: Windows, Edge, Internet Explorer, and Office, as well as one flaw Redmond previously fixed with an unscheduled update. You …
Shaun Nichols, 10 Apr 2018

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