Monthly Archives: March 2020

Adobe Releases Critical Patches for Acrobat Reader, Photoshop, Bridge, ColdFusion

Though it’s not Patch Tuesday, Adobe today released a massive batch of out-of-band software updates for six of its products to patch a total of 41 new security vulnerabilities. Adobe last week made a pre-announcement to inform its users of an upcoming security update for Acrobat and Reader, but the company today unveiled bugs in a total of 6 widely-used software, including: Adobe Genuine Integrity Service Adobe Acrobat and Reader Adobe Photoshop Adobe Experience Manager Adobe ColdFusion Adobe Bridge According to the security advisories, 29 of the 41 vulnerabilities are critical in severity, and the other 11 have been rated important. Adobe Acrobat and Reader software for Windows and macOS systems contain 13 flaws, out of which 9 are critical. Adobe Genuine Integrity Service, a… Source link

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What Does The Future Version of ColdFusion Hold For You?

ColdFusion will be completing 25 successful years by July 2020. Within a few years of its launch in 1995, people started speculating the impending death of the language, but the development community members like us had faith in its future. ColdFusion has been growing stronger with years, and ever since it was acquired by Adobe, it was proved to be the most secure and robust language with a definite road map for the coming years.   Future of ColdFusion The future version of Adobe’s ColdFusion will be cloud-based and server-free. In other words, it will no longer remain physical as in the past. Adobe ColdFusion 2020 CFScript will be ECMA Script compliant so that it will completely fix the script syntax issues that ColdFusion’s earlier versions had. It will be easier as programmers… Source link

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