Adobe has apparently changed its mind about requiring customers to pay to get recent security patches for its Photoshop, Illustrator, and Flash Professional products.
The patches cover vulnerabilities that could let a remote user execute malicious code and take control of computers that are running the products.
A post to Adobe's security blog dated yesterday says the following:
We are in the process of resolving the vulnerabilities...in Adobe Illustrator CS5.x, Adobe Photoshop CS5.x (12.x) and Adobe Flash Professional CS5.x, and will update the respective Security Bulletins once the patches are available.
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