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blogs.adobe.com

by Tareq Aljaber

September 6, 2012

Several users have reported that their ELS (Encrypted Local Store) data created using AIR 3.3 or earlier is no longer available after updating to the AIR 3.4 runtime.

This occurred due to updates in the ELS architecture to improve security and improve stability with the removal of a third party library. The result, however, is that the AIR 3.4 runtime can no longer access ELS data created with AIR 3.3 or earlier. In the past we've given guidance on the usage of ELS in both blogs and our help documentation, suggesting that developers should not depend on ELS as permanent data storage because it "can be lost for a variety of reasons." While our position on this hasn't changed, we understand that some applications have come to depend on this data and we are actively working on a fix for the problem.

blogs.adobe.com

by Blogconsulting.Com

May 11, 2012

We are in the process of resolving the vulnerabilities addressed in these Security Bulletins in Adobe Illustrator CS5.x, Adobe Photoshop CS5.x (12.x) and Adobe Flash Professional CS5.x...

blogs.adobe.com

March 28, 2012

Today's release of Flash Player contains a new background updater. This new background updater will allow Windows users to choose an automatic update option for future Flash Player updates.

If you read this September 2011 CSIS report, then you saw that 99.8 percent of malware installs through exploit kits are targeting out-of-date software installations. This point was reiterated recently in volume 11 of the Microsoft Security Intelligent Report. Also, attackers have been taking advantage of users trying to manually search for Flash Player updates by buying ads on search engines pretending to be legitimate Flash Player download sites. Improving the update process is probably the single most important challenge we can tackle for our customers at this time.

blogs.adobe.com

by Wendy Poland

February 15, 2012

Today, a Security Bulletin (APSB12-03) has been posted to address critical security issues in Adobe Flash Player.

blogs.adobe.com

by Blogconsulting.Com

November 9, 2011

As a long time Flash developer who loves Flash, I can tell you that what is happening right now is a good thing.

First, we are making bold moves like stopping the development of the browser plug-in on mobile browsers in favor of investing further in Flash-based apps packaged with AIR. Playing existing content sounds like a great idea on paper, but we know it doesn't always work that way - you need to author for mobile and think for mobile, but from talking to customers and looking at content today, we realize that very few people are targeting the plug-in on mobile browsers. Flash developers have always created some of the most stunning, immersive, emotional experiences on the web. They've always pushed the cutting edge, with few restrictions. But mobile is different...

blogs.technet.com

March 12, 2013

We are committed to adapting our policies as the world evolves and with the new Windows Store, we evaluated how to best release security updates for Windows Store apps.

Our goal is to have a quick, transparent and painless security update process. With this in mind, we will deliver high quality security updates for Windows Store apps as they become available. This applies to Microsoft apps that are installed using the Windows Store and to apps like Mail, which are preinstalled with Windows 8 but updated using the Windows Store. Providing security updates to these apps more frequently will allow us to add new functionality, fix issues and improve security. This will also help developers to avoid introducing new issues during the update process.

blogs.technet.com

by Matt Thomlinson

February 22, 2013

As reported by Facebook and Apple, Microsoft can confirm that we also recently experienced a similar security intrusion.

Consistent with our security response practices, we chose not to make a statement during the initial information gathering process. During our investigation, we found a small number of computers, including some in our Mac business unit, that were infected by malicious software using techniques similar to those documented by other organizations. We have no evidence of customer data being affected and our investigation is ongoing.

blogs.technet.com

November 13, 2012

Some of you may have noticed us improving our defense-in-depth practices for bulletins by supplying sha1 and sha2 hashes in the Knowledge Base (KB) articles.

This has been most visible in the KB with the addition of the "File hash information" section, but it is also noted in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section of each bulletin for convenience. From PowerShell you can easily leverage the .Net Cryptographic Services to define a get-sha256 function like Mike Wilbur has done here. And though it should go without saying, I will say it anyhow - you should not use script or code from untrusted sources...

blogs.technet.com

by Dustin Childs

October 9, 2012

As previously mentioned in the Advance Notification blog on Thursday, today we're releasing seven bulletins, one Critical-class and six Important-class bulletins.

For Update Tuesday, we're releasing seven bulletins that address 20 issues in Microsoft Windows, SQL Server, and Office including SharePoint, Lync, Microsoft Works (which reaches the end of its support lifecycle this week) and InfoPath. Customers should plan to install all of these updates as soon as possible.

blogs.technet.com

October 8, 2012

Today we revised Security Advisory 2755801 to address issues in Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer 10, in conjunction with Adobe's update process.

Customers who have automatic updates enabled will not need to take any action because protections will be downloaded and installed automatically. Customers who do not use automatic updates should apply the guidance in the advisory immediately using update management software, or by checking the Microsoft Update service, to help ensure protection.

      

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