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Critical security updates from Microsoft and Adobe

It was “Patch Tuesday” yesterday, which means another parcel of security updates for computer users to unwrap, and this time the fixes aren’t just from Microsoft, but from Adobe too.

Adobe Patch Tuesday to bring automatic updates

Read more in my article at Naked Security.

Critical security update for Adobe Reader and Acrobat

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Operation Aurora, and a brief video apology from me

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Danger! Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability – no patch yet

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Adobe confirms it was also hit in ‘Operation Aurora’ Google hack

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Critical patches for Adobe Reader and Acrobat

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Windows XP users: Have you updated Flash?

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Adobe malware attack sloppiness puts a Spaniard in the works

Is there a patron saint of computer users? There should be.

After all, there are patron saints of dentists, bee keepers, and plasterers.

Well, whoever they might be, we should give thanks to them that time and time again hackers make elementary mistakes that mean (if we keep our wits about us) we can avoid our computer becoming infected.

Adobe warns of critical Flash and Air vulnerabilities

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Boobytrapped PDFs pose threat to BlackBerry users

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Microsoft user? Adobe user? Update your systems now

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Apple patches security holes with Mac OS X updates

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No fixed Adobe: Missing patches and Firefox warnings

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Apple ships a known vulnerable version of Flash with Snow Leopard

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Update your Adobe Flash Player now

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