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Adobe Plans Critical Security Updates for Acrobat Reader On April 13th

On April 13th, Adobe plans to release updates for Acrobat Reader for Windows, Mac and UNIX to resolve critical security issues. The new update, Adobe says, will fix several vulnerabilities and include an improved version of the software that Adobe uses to deliver its updates, helping end-users stay up-to-date in a much more streamlined and automated way. For the latest information, visit the Adobe Product Security Incident Response Team blog at: http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt

On April 13th, Adobe plans to release updates for Acrobat Reader for Windows, Mac and UNIX to resolve critical security issues. The new update, Adobe says, will fix several vulnerabilities and include an improved version of the software that Adobe uses to deliver its updates, helping end-users stay up-to-date in a much more streamlined and automated way. For the latest information, visit the Adobe Product Security Incident Response Team blog at: http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt

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