Adobe Set to Auto-Update Acrobat and Reader
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Adobe delivered its June quarterly patch update on Tuesday as well, fixing over 30 flaws across its product portfolio.
Flash is being fixed one critical flaw, Shockwave is tagged for 24 flaws and Reader/Acrobat get 13 flaw fixes.
Adobe is also helping users to stay up-to-date with the latest security patches. With the new update Adobe in now enabling an automatic Reader update by default on Windows.
"The vast majority of attacks we are seeing are exploiting software installations that are not current with the latest security updates," Brad Arkin, senior director, Product Security and Privacy, wrote in a blog post. "We therefore believe that the automatic update option is the best option for most end-users and strongly encourage users to choose this option."