Some of you might have read an article published by Reuters on Friday, September 19th suggesting that Adobe Flash Media Server 3 and the RTMPE protocol are not secure. We feel it is important for our customers, users and members of the press to receive clarification given that the claims are factually incorrect.
Following is a statement we hope clears up the inaccuracies and claims from the story.
A recent article incorrectly states that a security flaw exists in Adobe Flash Media Server software. Adobe acknowledges that not all customers using Adobe Flash Media Server software are aware they must utilize RTMPe or RTMPte (tunneled version) combined with SWF verification to provide maximum content protection. Adobe is committed to the security of all products and is actively working to ensure all customers are educated on how to properly protect content delivery. For more information on using RTMPe or RTMPte and SWF verification, Adobe Flash Media Server 3 customers can go to http://adobe.com/go/kb405456.
Today Adobe announced Creative Suite 4, the biggest launch in the company’s history. We know what you’re thinking and yes we did say this when we launched CS3. However, the statement still holds true. For CS4, we not only updated all of the suites and 13 point products, Adobe has also added the support of several new services and technologies to the Creative Suite workflow.
We issued seven announcements today (yes, seven!) that highlight the Design editions, Web editions, Production Premium and Master Collection, as well as individual releases for InDesign, Photoshop and Device Central. Please visit the Adobe pressroom for all of the news.
We have also launched a newly redesigned Adobe TV site which includes 10 hours of CS4 content including feature tours, demos and tutorials.
This week, Adobe revealed plans to announce Creative Suite 4 on Tuesday, September 23, 2008. To be among the first to hear about the largest product launch in Adobe’s history, sign up to listen to a special web broadcast here.
The NFL has teamed up with Adobe to deliver Sunday Night Football live on the Internet. For the first time, full-length NFL games will be widely available in the U.S. using Adobe Flash technology. Throughout the 17-game, primetime season, NFL.com and NBCSports.com will deliver online video streams and feature the audio from the NBC Sunday Night Football team: Al Michaels (play-by-play), John Madden (analyst), and Andrea Kremer (sideline reporter). Fans can enjoy watching the games with added online extras including alternative camera angles, picture-in-picture technology, in-game highlights, live statistics, and interactivity with network talent via a live blog.
Don’t miss Sunday’s game between the Chicago Bears and the Indianapolis Colts.