Adobe Looking Into Zero-Day Exploit

Kara Reeder

Hackers are after Adobe Reader and Acrobat again. Adobe is looking into the exploitation of a vulnerability in the most up-to-date versions of the applications, according to Computerworld.


Computerworld says it wasn't able to confirm any zero-day exploits, but Adobe's Wiebke Lips says that's because reports came "directly from partners in the security community."


In October, Adobe released Reader and Acrobat 9.2 to patch 30 vulnerabilities that "could potentially lead to arbitrary code execution."

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