Adobe Reader and Acrobat 10.0.1 update available for download
Adobe Systems has released a security update for Adobe Reader 10.0.0 and earlier versions for Windows and Macintosh and for Adobe Acrobat 10.0.0 and earlier versions for Windows and Macintosh.
Critical vulnerabilities have been identified in Adobe Reader 10.0.0 for Windows and Macintosh and Adobe Acrobat 10.0.0 and earlier versions for Windows and Macintosh. These vulnerabilities could cause the application to crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system. Risk for Adobe Reader X users is significantly lower, as none of these issues bypass Protected Mode mitigations.
The Updates are available for download from the Adobe Download Center:
Adobe recommends users of Adobe Reader 10.0.0 and earlier versions for Windows and Macintosh update to Adobe Reader 10.0.1, available now. Adobe recommends users of Adobe Acrobat 10.0.0 for Windows and Macintosh update to Adobe Acrobat 10.0.1.
Adobe Reader® and Acrobat® 10.0.1 Release notes - February 8, 2011
This release provides feature enhancements, better stability, performance, and security. See Improvements and Fixed Bugs below for a complete list.
Improvements - Security
- Numerous vulnerability fixes and security enhancements have gone into this release.
- Protected Mode enhancements (Reader on Windows with Protected Mode enabled):
- Reader is now compatible with McAfee Virus Scan Enterprise 8.7.0i.
- Copying to the clipboard now works.
- Entrust security software can be installed.
- PDF files in a shared location can be opened in a distributed file system.
- Support has been added for previewing Office 2007 Microsoft Excel content in a portfolio.
- See also QTP Integration.
Adobe Reader® and Acrobat® 10.0.1 - Bug fixes
- 2761507 Stability of 3D part rotations is improved.
- 2758553 Acrobat prints 2D markups for the current view instead of all the markups.
- 2753379 PMIs are no longer hidden by the section plane.
- 2791093 Reader is now compatible with McAfee Virus Scan Enterprise 8.7.0i when Protected Mode is enabled.
- 2779278 Runtime error on trying to open a PDF using double click.
- 2774671 Reader: when printing with Protected Mode enabled and "Choose paper source by PDF page size" = ON, data in the 2nd page is cut off in printing.
- 2774271 Acrobat may crashe when the multimedia chart is forced to reflow to the next page.
- 2774194 Reader now configures Mac’s "com.adobe.acrobat.pdfviewer.plist.”
- 2774170 Full MAC Reader re-install in repair mode fails with error "Found higher version of Adobe Reader in the installation location. Installation will terminate."
- 2774086 A Review workflow continuously asks for resources from Acrobat.com in spite of Acrobat.com responding with a 304.
- 2772059 MAC: Patching Acrobat X fails if Acrobat 9 or Acrobat 8 is patched before patching Acrobat X.
- 2771483 Acrobat reverts to English after applying the quarterly patch for localized builds.
- 2780566 Intermittent crash observed in DigSig.api when navigating through Preferences in Reader.
- 2755901 Linearized PDF (OptimizePDF) option should be the default "true" while creating a Action (.sequ) file.
- 2752142 Win only: Reader crashes after choosing one of the options from the Security Warning dialog that asks user for the permission to connect to a website.
- 2750883 AUM-Check for Updates doesn't work for Acrobat\Reader 9 if RX is installed.
- 2749799 PDF file content will disappear and Acrobat will crash when exiting after filling data and saving the file in a Rights Management Security PDF file that has a watermark.
- 2749793 Full Reader for Macintosh is not showing proper version number in file name.
- 2745625 Reader crashes when choosing "Send" to desktop email application when returning filled form if email client is set to Lotus Notes, the distribution originated from Standard/Pro, and the file name is Unicode.
- 2742895 Crash after copying text from a comment and scrolling to the next page when data already exists on the clipboard.
Adobe Reader® and Acrobat® 10.0.1 Release notes
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