Boston, Jun 10: Both Microsoft and Adobe have warned its users of security flaws in its programs that may make the user's PC vulnerable to hackers.
Microsoft, on Tuesday, Jun 9 released a software to fix about 31 security flaws in its programs. This software is aimed at repairing vulnerabilities in Windows, Office and Internet Explorer, along with key pieces of software that businesses use in their data centers.
Adobe published a security bullet on its website asking Reader and Acrobat users to update their software to the newest versions. The software giant has also released an additional software as a back-up in case the user's PC is not compatible with the new versions of programs. The company has classified the risk as 'critical', the highest level of risk on its scale and said that it applies to both Windows and Macintosh computers.