Re: Fw: Adobe confirms PDF zero-day attacks. Disable JavaScript now | Zero Day | ZDNet.com

Subject: Re: Fw: Adobe confirms PDF zero-day attacks. Disable JavaScript now | Zero Day | ZDNet.com
From: john -at- garisons -dot- com
To: "Karen Graziano" <kmgraziano03 -at- yahoo -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 14:37:26 -0500

Just got an email from an unknown sender containing nothing but a PDF link
... Glad I was already aware of this problem!

Be careful out there!

> If you are using PDFs from
> trusted sources, it appears you should be OK if you leave the JavaScript
> enabled. But definitely disable it before opening any PDFs from sources
> you can't confirm are trustworthy.


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Fw: Adobe confirms PDF zero-day attacks. Disable JavaScript now | Zero Day | ZDNet.com: From: Karen Graziano
Re: Fw: Adobe confirms PDF zero-day attacks. Disable JavaScript now | Zero Day | ZDNet.com: From: Robert Lauriston
Re: Fw: Adobe confirms PDF zero-day attacks. Disable JavaScript now | Zero Day | ZDNet.com: From: Karen Graziano

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