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Adobe demos next-gen erase tool in Photoshop

Posted by Oyya-Info on Wednesday, October 21, 2009, In : Reviews 
The content fill tool can replace a complicated background when objects are erased. This example shows the removal of a U-shaped white hair.

The content fill tool can replace a complicated background when objects are erased. This example shows the removal of a U-shaped white hair.

t looks as if Photoshop, already famous for its ability to make people look thinner and skies look bluer, could take digital erasure of unsightly objects to an entirely new level.

A feature called "content-aware fill" described in an Adobe video published Tuesday shows the technology used to remove buffalo, telephone wires, and a tree from various image...


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Adobe exploit puts backdoor on computers

Posted by Oyya-Info on Sunday, October 11, 2009, In : Security 

A new zero-day exploit targeting Adobe Reader, as well as 9.1.3 and earlier versions of Adobe Systems' Acrobat, drops a backdoor onto computers using JavaScript, Trend Micro researchers warned on Friday.

Trend Micro identified the exploit as a Trojan horse dubbed "Troj_Pidief.Uo" in a blog post. It arrives as a PDF file containing JavaScript-based malware, "Js_Agent.Dt," and then drops a backdoor called "Bkdr_Protux.Bd."

The exploit affects Microsoft Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, and Serv...


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F-Secure says stop using Adobe Acrobat Reader

Posted by Oyya-Info on Monday, June 15, 2009, In : Security 

With all the Internet attacks that exploit Adobe Acrobat Reader people should switch to using an alternative PDF reader, a security expert said at the RSA security conference on Tuesday.

Of the targeted attacks so far this year, more than 47 percent of them exploit holes in Acrobat Reader while six vulnerabilities have been discovered that target the program, Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer of security firm F-Secure, said in a briefing with journalists.

Just last month, Adobe iss...


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Adobe makes Acrobat.com a business with paid accounts

Posted by Oyya-Info on Monday, June 15, 2009, In : Webware 

Adobe is taking Acrobat.com out of beta on Monday, and turning it into a business with paid user accounts. The service, which has more than 5 million registered users will retain its free version, however there are now usage limitations on certain features which can be unlocked by upgrading to one of the two new premium plans. These can be purchased on a monthly or yearly basis and cost $14.99 or $39 a month, or $149 or $390 a year respectively.

The "premium basic" plan allows for 10 PDF conv...


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