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McAfee spots Adobe Reader PDF-tracking flaw
McAfee said it has found a vulnerability in Adobe Systems' Reader program that reveals when and where a PDF document is opened.
The issue is not a serious problem and does not allow for remote code execution, wrote McAfee's Haifei Li in a blog post. But McAfee does consider it a security problem and has notified Adobe. It affects every version of Adobe Reader, including the latest version, 11.0.2, Li wrote.
McAfee recently detected some "unusual" PDF samples, Li wrote. McAfee withheld some key details of the vulnerability, but did generally describe it.
»www.cso.com.au/article/460356/mc ··· ng_flaw/
McAfee actually discovered a vulnerability in something...?
Unfortunately, I find their own software to be nothing like it once was back in the day.
siljalineI'm lovin' that double widePremium
Maybe McAfee is looking for some PR
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And like who does not do that by default
Oh, wait, Adobe enables
it by default