Doug Bedell — May 13, 2015, 2:20 pm

Microsoft, Adobe Issue Software Security Patches

Brian Krebs advises that Microsoft and Adobe have issued “critical” security patches involving Windows, Flash Player, Adobe Air, Adobe Reader and Acrobat. Windows, Kreb says, has “roughly four dozen security vulnerabilities” and Adobe’s Flash Player and Adobe Air have a “slew of critical flaws” while Adobe Reader and Acrobat have a number of “holes”.

If you’re using any of this software, as we read Krebs, these vulnerabilities sound as though they deserve prompt fixes.

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