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Fake, positive reviews have infiltrated nearly every corner of life online these days, confusing consumers while offering an unwelcome advantage to fraudsters and sub-par products everywhere. Happily, identifying and tracking these fake reviewer accounts is often the easiest way to spot scams. Here’s the story of how bogus reviews on a counterfeit Microsoft Authenticator browser extension exposed dozens of other extensions that siphoned personal and financial data.

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Adobe confirmed that a zero-day vulnerability affecting Adobe Reader for Windows has been exploited in the wild in limited attacks. Adobe security updates for May 2021 address at least 43 CVEs in Experience Manager, InDesign, Illustrator, InCopy, Adobe Genuine Service, Acrobat and Reader, Magento, Creative Cloud Desktop, Media Encoder, Medium, and Animate. Five of the […]

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Adobe released security patches for 50 flaws affecting six products, including a zero-day flaw in Reader that has been exploited in the wild. Adobe has released security updates that address 50 vulnerabilities affecting its Adobe Acrobat, Magento, Photoshop, Animate, Illustrator, and Dreamweaver products. Adobe fixed 23 CVEs in Adobe Reader, 17 of which have been rated […]

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