Potential Adobe zero-days

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Adobe on Tuesday warned of a potential zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Reader and Acrobat 9.1.2 and Adobe Flash Player 9 and 10. Adobe said it is currently investigating the issue but provided no other immediate information. In May, Adobe announced it will be issuing scheduled patches for Reader and Acrobat this summer in an effort to beef up security for its popular PDF reader. — AM
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