Posts tagged "Illustrator CS4"

Security Bulletin – Adobe Illustrator CS4 and Adobe Illustrator CS3

A Security Bulletin has been posted in regards to the Adobe Illustrator issue last discussed in the Adobe PSIRT blog on December 7, 2009 (“Security Advisory for Adobe Illustrator CS4 and Adobe Illustrator CS3“, CVE-2009-4195). Adobe recommends Adobe Illustrator CS4 and Adobe Illustrator CS3 customers update their installations in line with security best practices.
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Security Advisory for Adobe Illustrator CS4 and Adobe Illustrator CS3

Today, we posted a Security Advisory regarding a recently reported Adobe Illustrator issue (CVE-2009-4195). Adobe plans to make available an update to Adobe Illustrator to resolve the issue by January 8, 2010.

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Adobe Illustrator issue update

Adobe has confirmed the vulnerability in Adobe Illustrator reported recently (CVE-2009-4195). This vulnerability affects Adobe Illustrator CS4 (14.0.0) and Adobe Illustrator CS3 (13.0.3 and earlier) on the Windows and Macintosh platforms. We expect to publish a Security Advisory on Monday, December 7 with further information, including a schedule for an update to resolve the issue. As previously reported, a successful exploit of the vulnerability would require a local user to take the action of opening a malicious .eps file in Illustrator. Adobe recommends that customers avoid opening .eps files from unknown sources in Illustrator until a patch is available.
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Potential Adobe Illustrator CS4 issue

Adobe is aware of a report of a potential vulnerability in Adobe Illustrator CS4 (CVE-2009-4195). We are currently investigating this issue and will have an update once we have more information. It appears that this issue would require a local user to take the action of opening a malicious .eps file in Illustrator.

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