Adobe considers monthly patches to improve security

Ars writes: "Adobe has been coming under increasing fire for the regular security flaws found in products such as Adobe Reader and Flash. Adobe Reader is becoming the attack vector of choice, especially on Windows Vista and Windows 7, and security experts are telling Web users that any modern browser is secure enough—as long as they don't install Flash. Presently, Adobe's policy is to release updates every three months. The company is now contemplating a move to monthly patches, aligned with Microsoft's Patch Tuesday."

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