Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Plug-in security fix for Photoshop CS5

As analysts, we get images from all sorts of sources. Lately, I've been processing a lot of images that were stored in cell phones. With this in mind, Adobe has announced the latest security update to Photoshop CS5: "Maliciously coded GIF files could cause Photoshop to crash, so the team has posted an update. If you open GIFs in Photoshop, please download the update for Mac, Win64, and/or Win32. They recommend making certain that you’re running the most recent version of Photoshop. To check/update, choose Help->Updates inside Photoshop CS5 and apply all of the updates listed under Adobe Photoshop CS5."

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