Both Microsoft and Adobe Today Shipped Critical Security Updates

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Adobe has pushed out fixes for security issues in their Acrobat, Adobe Reader and its Flash Player plugin product lines while Microsoft has released seven different patches addressing over a dozen security holes in Windows and other software provided by the software giant. Microsoft however has not released a patch for a dangerous defect in their Internet Explorer browser which attackers have been actively exploiting for some time and effecting versions 6 thorough 8. Read the full story here.



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