Microsoft & Adobe warn of glitches

Microsoft released patches on Tuesday, that repair vulnerabilities in Windows, Office and Internet Explorer, as well as key pieces of software that businesses use in their data centers.

Adobe said in a security bulletin on its website that Reader and Acrobat users should update their software to the newest versions. Additional software is available if those releases are not compatible with a customer’s PC.

The maker of design and document imaging software said it has yet to find any malicious software that exploits the vulnerabilities. It classified the risk as “critical,” the highest level of risk on its scale evaluating the danger of such threats.

Adobe said the threat applies to users of Windows PCs as well as Apple Inc’s Macintosh computers.

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