Adobe PDF exploit

There is an exploit in the Adobe PDF plugin for web browsers. Adobe has already fixed the vulnerability, so you should all update your plugins. This vulnerability affects users of Internet Explorer and Firefox, on Windows and Linux (and any other browser/OS combination that uses the Adobe plugin).

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  1. mikasaur2000 says:

    What specifically should I be looking for on this site?

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