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by Carlos Miller

July 10, 2014

One man ended up in a Homeland Security database after photographing a famous piece of public art titled the Rainbow Swash in Boston, which also happens to be a gas storage tank.

Another man ended up in the Homeland Security database after he was chased away by a security guard while attempting to photograph a refinery from a public parking lot. Another man ended up in the Homeland Security database after police forced their way into his home mistakenly looking for a domestic violence suspect before noticing he had been searching for flight simulator games on his computer. Another man ended up in the Homeland Security database after trying to purchase a large amount of computers at a Best Buy for his company.

F-Secure Weblog

by Mikko

April 21, 2011

Forensic researcher Alex Levinson has discovered a way to map out where an iPhone has been.

Now, this sounds bad from a privacy viewpoint. For example, authorities could gain a court order to do a forensic examination on your phone to figure out where you've been. But why is Apple collecting this information to begin with? We don't know for sure. But we're guessing it's likely related to Apple's global location database.

by Sean

December 17, 2009

There's a 0-Day PDF exploit taking advantage of a vulnerability found in Adobe Reader and Acrobat 9.2 and earlier.

These screenshots demonstrate that when the PDF file is opened in Adobe Acrobat/Reader it attempts to download an executable file. The server has been abused but is currently active. The executable that is downloaded searches for and encrypts certain files and then uploads them to another server. Adobe plans to make an update available on January 12th, 2009 (almost a month from now).

by Gregg Keizer

August 15, 2011

Adobe acknowledged that as many as 80 bugs in Flash Player were reported by a Google security engineer as it defended its decision not to spell out details of the vulnerabilities.

Google also cited the same number, apparently putting to rest the spat between the engineer, Tavis Ormandy, and Adobe. In a pair of blog posts, Adobe and Google -- the former in more detail -- spelled out how the number "400" that Ormandy had cited ended up being cut by 80%.

September 14, 2010

Adobe released a security advisory for Flash Player yesterday. "There are reports that this vulnerability is being actively exploited in the wild against Adobe Flash Player on Windows."

Flash Player will be patched the week of September 27, 2010. Flash technology is also embedded in Reader and Acrobat. They'll be patched during the week of October 4, 2010, at which point, this vulnerability will also be addressed.

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.

CNS News

November 9, 2011

Adobe says it will pull Flash, its software for Web video and software, from the Web browsers of mobile devices. Flash will still work on mobile apps and on computers' Web browsers.

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

September 28, 2012

Adobe's head of product security, Brad Arkin, published a very interesting post on Thursday.

As it turns out, one of Adobe's build servers was compromised and was used to create malicious files with Adobe's digital signature. Inappropriate Use of Adobe Code Signing Certificate...


by Iain Thomson

June 23, 2005

Adobe has issued a security advisory warning users to patch a flaw in its popular Acrobat and Reader software.

The bug lies within the Adobe Reader control and potentially allows a hacker to find files held locally on a PC. An XML script would need to be designed and inserted into a Javascript file which could then be used to open access to local files.

October 29, 2010

Adobe has published a security update for its Shockwave Player to close eleven security holes. One is a hole that was made known a week ago...demo exploit is already in circulation for the known Shockwave hole.


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