Adobe is urging users to be cautious when handling PDF files after hackers used a flaw in Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat to attack users' systems.
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In a security bulletin, Adobe said it had received reports of attacks targeting a previously unknown flaw in Adobe Reader and Acrobat.
When exploited, the flaw allows an attacker to execute code and steal data on systems remotely.
Adobe expects to issue a patch for the problem by 11 March.