Forum Thread: Adobe Acrobat Reader V9,1,1

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rtrooney Adobe Acrobat Reader V9,1,1
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I've installed the patch. I've uninstalled Adobe Reader. And reinstalled with the latest version. STILL it's unsecure. Either your data is incorrect, or Adobe is not correcting the security flaws you dectected. Either/Or. What should I do?

MaritimeRider RE: Adobe Acrobat Reader V9,1,1
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Did you rescan after patch? That will correct issue.
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rtrooney RE: Adobe Acrobat Reader V9,1,1
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Did that. Adobe Reader continues to come up flawed.
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Maurice Joyce RE: Adobe Acrobat Reader V9,1,1
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Last edited on 20th May, 2009 09:58
U will note that this forum is littered with requests for help with Adobe products.

I would discard the thought that PSI has a false positive.

Try this link for starters:
http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/150...

What is the path to your insecurity?

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