The patched versions of Reader and Acrobat can be downloaded from Adobe's support site . Alternately, users can run the programs' integrated update tool or wait for the software to prompt them that a new version is available.
Adobe Reader on Android is not affected by the flaws, and does not need to be patched, Adobe claimed. An Android fix for the Flash vulnerability will ship next week.
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