Author: Nettie Hartsock

More PDF attacks surface after updated patch released

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Less than a week ago, Adobe and Google released updates to protect PDF documents from further exploits, but this week another attack has been cited by anti-malware firm F-Secure.

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New year brings new PDF vulnerabilities

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While the world was ringing in the New Year, hackers were creating new ways to exploit unpatched vulnerabilities in PDF documents according to Internet Storm researcher Bohan Zdrnja.

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Artifex files suit against Palm

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San Rafael, CA.-based Artifex has launched a suit against Palm Inc., based on what it claims in the suit is Palm’s unauthorized copying and distribution of one of Artifex’s registered technologies.

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Amazon adds native PDF reader to Kindle

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Amazon recently announced that it has added a native PDF reader to the latest generation of its Kindle reading devices.

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Adobe buys Omniture: The story beneath the story and what it means for users

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This month we had the opportunity to catch up to Thad McIlroy, editor and founder of ‘The Future of Publishing’, a highly regarded website that monitors news on the digital publishing front and where digital publishing is heading. Thad recently released an in-depth report titled, ‘Adobe’s Designs on Web Analytics: The Omniture Acquisition’ which is available at The Future Of Publishing site.

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Apago debuts PDF Shrink 4.5 for Windows

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Apago has announced the release of PDF Shrink 4.5 for Windows, bringing the popular Mac utility to Windows users.

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Sorax Software releases Sorax Reader 2.0

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Sorax Software has released Sorax Reader 2.0, its PDF and ebook viewer.

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Adobe releases 28 patches for Adobe Acrobat and Reader

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Adobe has released fixes for Adobe Reader and Acrobat and the critical flaws in its software. The security bulletin released today addresses over 28 vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat.

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McAfee cites potential PDF Zero Day flaw

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McAfee has cited what it termed, ‘another zero-day attack targeting Adobe Acrobat Reader,’ that can infiltrate customer networks.

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UNIVERSE Software GmbH updates pdf-Recover

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UNIVERSE Software announced the release of pdf-Recover 5.0.

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