Adobe is currently investigating what appears to be the inappropriate use of an Adobe code signing certificate for Windows*. We plan to revoke the impacted certificate on October 4, 2012 for all software code signed after July 10, 2012. We have created a web page with guidance for IT admins and will continue to update that page as we learn more and can refine our advice as well info for the public:
Security Certificate Updates
[Note: Please review the updates that are available for applications that you manage in your environment. It is always our guidance that our updates be distributed when made available once tested in your environment. If packaging Suite-based applications, please do so with the updated AAMEE 3.1.]
Adobe Certificate Revocation FAQ:
Guidance for IT administrators for Adobe certificate revocation
*Adobe Muse and Adobe Story AIR apps as well as Acrobat.com desktop services, are affected and run on both Windows and Macintosh. If you have them in your environment you will need to update them from within the AIR application. No remote updating is available for these AIR apps.
Jody Rodgers | Sr. Product Manager | Enterprise + Volume | Digital Media | Adobe