Adobe Revokes Certificate

Tuesday, October 9, 2012 @ 12:10 PM gHale

Adobe revoked the compromised code signing certificate they found used to sign malicious applications. Updates signed with a new certificate are now up and ready to go.

The revoked certificate ended up used to sign software code after July 10.

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While most organizations will not suffer from the revocation process, some customers might need to take certain action.

Adobe said the Windows platform and three Adobe AIR applications – desktop services, Adobe Story AIR applications, and Adobe Muse – for Windows and Mac are affected.

Customers who think they are suffering from the issue should check out the security certificate update page created by Adobe after they found out about the two malicious utility apps.

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