Adobe recognized, on June 7, 2010, the presence of a major security flaw affecting both Flash Player 10, Adobe Reader 9 and Acrobat 9 for Windows, Mac, Linux and Solaris. This vulnerability was known but already exploited. It offered the opportunity to conduct a DoS attack to take control of a remote station. Regarding Flash Player, it will suffice to wait on June 11 with the release of the Version Final 10.1 to see this problem corrected.
However, Adobe Reader and Acrobat, the firm of San Jose took almost a month to patch the flaw in software yet which is extremely popular both in family and professionally version. This is because yesterday, June 29, 2010, Adobe offers a security update 9.3.3 and 8.2.3 for Adobe Reader, Acrobat Standard, Acrobat Pro Extended, Acrobat Elements and Acrobat 3D for Windows, Mac, Linux and Solaris. In addition to these major bug fixes, the publisher announced performance improvements, PDF converter, the module automatically updating with better integration within supported browsers. For the "patch" update for Adobe Reader 9.3.3, you can download them directly from adobe site.