Adobe Systems Inc. acknowledged a serious zero-day flaw in its Adobe Reader and Acrobat products this week, urging...
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"We are working on a development schedule for these updates and will post a timeline as soon as possible," Adobe said in an advisory.
Secunia said an attacker could pass a malicious .pdf file to exploit the flaws. "Successful exploitation may allow execution of arbitrary code," Secunia said in its advisory.