Adobe Reader, Acrobat Security Vulnerability Patch Coming as Attacks Continue
Adobe Systems plans to release a patch for a zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Reader and Acrobat that has come under attack. This is the second critical security vulnerability Adobe has promised users it will fix in the coming weeks.Adobe Systems is prepping a patch for a zero-day bug affecting its Reader and Acrobat software for release by Jan. 12. The vulnerability is considered critical by Adobe and impacts the latest versions of Adobe Reader and Acrobat for Windows, Macintosh and Unix systems. Earlier editions are affected as well. The company has not released much information about the bug, but it is known to be under attack via malicious PDF files.