Adobe will be paying $12 million to 15 states to settle a breach claim.
A security researcher has disclosed a number of vulnerabilities in Adobe software following the issuing of a hotfix for a problem with Adobe's ColdFusion
Adobe has released security hotfixes for a critical information disclosure vulnerability that exists in ColdFusion versions 10 and 11, across all platforms.
The bug bounty broker Zerodium has offered big bucks to whoever can crack Flash's recent heap isolation security update.
Another emergency patch to guard against exploits in the wild
Facebook has ditched insecure Flash in favour of HTML5 for all its videos but will still use Flash in games, and is working with Adobe to secure technology.
When it comes to fixing vulnerabilities, this week will be hard to beat with just four vendors issuing a total of 273 patches. The big question is does that mean we are getting more, or less, secure?
Adobe on Tuesday released a security update for Shockwave Player that addresses a critical memory corruption vulnerability.
Brian Krebs, the mastermind behind Krebs on Security, has expressed doubts about Adobe's Flash, despite recent patches
Adobe released a hotfix for LiveCycle Data Services, patching a vulnerability that could result in information being disclosed.
Adobe's Flash Player and AIR updates fix 35 bugs, the majority of which could lead to code execution.
The latest ICYMI column looks at the biggest stories on SC this week, including worrying news on EU data protection laws, claims of iPhone spyware and new Flash Player zero-days.
Adobe has been hit by two zero-day flaws in the space of 24 hours, raising questions over the safety of its Flash Player platform which is being heavily targeted by cyber-criminals.
A widely-used exploit kit called 'Angler' has apparently been used to target a new zero-day affecting the latest versions of Adobe's Flash Player.
Adobe has been accused of 'spying' on its users through a new free app that collects their personal credentials and details of the e-books they read, then transmits the data in plain text.
A group of Chinese spies are believed to have resurfaced to attack vulnerable political and non-profit groups, after FireEye discovered them using a new zero-day Adobe exploit.
Potential EU fine could cost up to €100 million (£82.7 million).
Adobe has released patches for zero-day flaws in its Reader and Acrobat products.
Adobe has released a security update for its Flash Player after reports were made that exploits were available and active.
Microsoft is to release 12 bulletins next Tuesday, including five critical patches, to cover 57 vulnerabilities.
Qualys has launched a business version of its BrowserCheck plug-in to help users identify and fix browser security issues.
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