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Adobe acknowledges critical security flaw in software - Adobe acknowledges critical security flaw in software
Tue, June 08 2010 | 12:10PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Adobe has acknowledged a "critical" security flaw in its Reader, Acrobat and Flash Player software. Adobe says the vulnerability potentially enables hackers to take control of affected computer systems. Users running Windows, Macintosh or Linux might all be open to attack. The company is working to fix the problem. In the meantime, users of Reader, Acrobat and Flash are advised to ensure their anti-virus software is up to date. "It doesn't really get any worse than a 'zero-day' vulnerability like this," said Graham Cluley, senior technology consultant at Sophos, a security software company. He said that hackers could create a "booby-trapped Flash animation, or PDF" that would give them access to a person's computer, potentially allowing them to harvest personal information or use the machine to send spam messages. In recent years, PDFs have become a popular means of sharing documents that are not easily altered by the recipient."
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Computex 2009 - Day 3 - The big One Oh One  - Computex 2009 - Day 3 - The big One Oh One
Thu, June 04 2009 | 7:22PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Hey all, and I welcome you again from a fairly sunny Taipei. Today Guru3D will travel to the old fairgrounds of Computex. We'll start off at the massive hotel, the grand Hyatt. Now, being a tech journalist I'm on the road a lot, and I certainly have seen my share of hotels. But this thing is jawbreakingly nice ... and big! You enter the hotel and you'll be met by a lot of staff, marble, copper and gold plating. Yes, welcome to the Hyatt. In the Hyatt we have setup several appointments with some of the companies that do not have a booth at any of the fairgrounds. Later in the day we'll travel towards the TWTC exhibition ground, the TICC building to meet with ECS ... Oh and yes, remember my day-0 introduction on the Taipei 101 building, the one that is 550 meters in height? Somehow Gigabyte had a fantasy of holding the finals of their overclocking contest at the 57th floor of one of the worlds tallest skyscrapers. Now did I mention already that I'm afraid of heights ? Oh dear ... well first the Hyatt then."
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