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General News, PDF Security, PDF Tools »

[31 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

SonicWALL has just launched a more proactive campaign against the rampant proliferation of malware due to PDF vulnerability.

Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader, General News, PDF Security »

[24 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

Owners of Adobe Reader and Acrobat in lower versions than 8.1.1 installed in a Windows XP or Windows 2003 environment are being required to upgrade because of the rampant attack of a certain Trojan (Trojan.Pidief) to compromise computer systems.

Adobe, General News, PDF Conversion, PDF Creation »

[19 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

Software602 just announced the release of a high-powered version of Print2PDF which is Print2PDF 7.0 Conversion Server.

General News, PDF Creation, PDF Reader, PDF Search, PDF Tools »

[19 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

Improved PDF Annotations; Relevancy Ranked PDF Search; and PDF Manipulation in Preview…

Editorials, Tips and Tutorials »

[18 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

I’ve just finished upgrading to Gutsy Gibbon, the latest release of Ubuntu, and I am very happy to find that a PDF printer driver is now installed by default. Previously I’ve covered some PDF creators that are available for Linux operating systems and have generally found that they are lacking in both functionality and numbers (i.e. there isn’t that many of them). Hopefully now that the PDF printer is a more integrated part of Ubuntu, it will get more attention feature wise.
The PDF printer in Gutsy Gibbon is an updated …

Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader, General News, Tips and Tutorials »

[12 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

Adobe PDF security flaw: This weeks PDF related headlines have been dominated by a recently uncovered vulnerability in Adobe Reader and Acrobat. The vulnerability was discovered by Petko Petkov, a security researcher, who seems to have a knack for discovering high profile flaws. In response, Adobe Systems have released a security advisory that provides details on how users can hack their registry to protect themselves. The vulnerability only affects machines that are using the combination of Windows XP and Internet Explorer 7. Adobe will release a patch before the end …