Adobe describes fix

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Adobe has released details surrounding its latest update for Reader and Acrobat. The fix actually corrected six separate JBIG2 vulnerabilities in the company's flagship PDF software, according to an updated security bulletin released Tuesday. Adobe first updated version 9 on March 10, then a week later issued an upgrade for versions 7 and 8. On Tuesday, Adobe also issued Reader updates for Unix platforms. Unpatched users could be hit with remote attacks. — DK
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