LANDesk Patch News Bulletin: Adobe is Planning to Release a Patch for Vulnerability APSA09-01 on 11 March 2009

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    ·    ( Feb 23, 2009) Last Thursday Adobe published information regarding a security vulnerability in Adobe Reader 9, Acrobat 9, and earlier versions. The vulnerability can cause the application to crash which in turn could allow for a malicious individual to take control of the machine. A patch to address this issue is scheduled for releases on 11 March 2009 . LANDesk is planning to release content for this vulnerability when the patch is made available. Please visit the following page for more details:   

    ·     Buffer overflow issue in versions 9.0 and earlier of Adobe Reader and Acrobat


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