It was expected to release last day and it came last day. Adobe the makers of famer PDF readers have issued a security patch which will fix a critical flaw in Adobe Reader. According to Adobe, both bugs were critical in the reader and editing software. Among the two patches, one was similar to the cross – domain request flaw, released last week in Flash player. Another flaw was a loophole which hackers could exploit to install a malicious software in the machine in question.

The Adobe Flash player flaw could not have been used to install malware into the system, but it can be used in a cross-site scripting style of attack. Information thieves could make a good use of it says Andrew Storms, director of security operations at nCircle Network Security.