Adobe has released a plot for two Flash player vulnerabilities that are inmost nature actively exploited against Windows and OS X users to introduce into office malware on their systems. The primary of them, CVE-2013-0633, works by tricking Windows users into opening a Word writing containing malicious Flash content, while the bug, cataloged for example [...]
Adobe confirms it won’t support Flash on Android 4.1, stops new Flash installs from Google Play on August 15th
Adobe was excessively public about dropping mobile Flash ultimate fall. In case that wasn’t unclouded enough, the developer just drew a ancestry in the sand: Android 4.1 doesn’t, and won’t through all ages, get certification for Flash. The assemblage is stopping short of saying that Flash won’t continue, but it’s evident that Adobe won’t serve [...]
Adobe took the wraps on the farther side Creative Suite 6 on Monday, introducing the largest clearance to date of the content-constitution platform. CS6 now includes up to 12 programs and two partner applications, Bridge and Encore, and is beneficial in four editions: Design Standard, Design and Web Premium, Production Premium, and Master Collection. The [...]
Following an unveiling last month, Adobe on Monday announced that its Creative Suite 6 software is now available for purchase and its Creative Cloud solution will become available on May 11th. ”We announced Creative Cloud and CS6 two weeks ago and t…
Today’s marketers are under-utilizing the large amounts of personal data their customers are sharing publicly every day, according to Adobe’s senior manager of social-media products, Chad Warren. By looking at their customers’ activity not just on soci…
It seems like everyone’s offering a cloud storage service these days. Amazon’s doing it, Dropbox is doing it, and Google is expected to announce a major new cloud storage option called Google Drive later this week. But there’s a new company getting…
Adobe has announced a significant switch to a cloud-based version of Creative Suite alongside the launch of the latest version of its popular line of design software.
Adobe on Monday announced pre-order availability of its next-generation collection of design applications, Creative Suite 6, which includes Photoshop CS6, Illustrator CS6, InDesign CS6, Dreamweaver CS6, After Effects CS6, Flash Builder CS6 and more.