December 10, 2013  12:00 AM

Have you been pwned?



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Adobe, Data Leak, Password, passwords, Secure Computing, Security

Data breaches have been big news over the past couple of years with some big players leaking huge numbers of online accounts and email addresses. These accounts are now "pwned," being subject to illicit use by hackers. Here are some of the big players and the number of compromised...


November 23, 2013  9:18 PM

Adobe hacked: 38 million user accounts affected



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Adobe, data breach, hackers, LastPass, Password, Security, Security management, Vulnerabilities

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October 10, 2013  12:53 AM

Adobe resets user passwords in wake of security breach



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Adobe, Cybersecurity, Data Theft, Hacker, Security

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March 16, 2011  12:58 AM

Adobe Flash – The worst security record of all time?



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Adobe, insecure, Opinion, Vulnerabilities

As you know, I'm an editor over at Dave's Computer Tips and have been working with that site for going on four years. We have a forum, of course and this is a relevant thread, more than appropriate for Security Corner:


September 19, 2010  6:48 PM

Disable and Delete Flash Cookies for Good



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Adobe, Firefox add-on, LSO, Privacy

You've disabled third-party cookies and locked down your privacy settings. Ever wondered why you are still tracked? You've probably got scores of "super cookies," also known as Local Shared Objects (LSO) or Flash cookies. Maybe you've heard about these and used Adobe's own tools,


September 17, 2010  8:15 PM

Who Else Has Had It With Adobe?



Posted by: Ken Harthun
acrobat, Adobe, adobe reader, Critical update, Firefox add-on, Foxit Reader, Vulnerabilities, Zero-day vulnerability

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May 25, 2010  12:14 AM

Uninstall Adobe Shockwave



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Adobe, Critical update, Insecure Plugins, Patch management, Security, Vulnerabilities

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