The company says it's working on patches for Creative Suite 5.x versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, and Flash. Previously, customers would have had to pay to upgrade to CS6 to get the fixes.
The technology gives users choice in how secure they want their systems, but most people will stick with the more safe default mode that runs only trusted code.
Here's information on who is impacted by the recent attack on RSA and what they should do to protect themselves.
Company's dilemma may be related to a third party's DNS patch problems.
Before you send your old iPhone on its way, you need to get all that personal data off there. Like your e-mail passwords, and those compromising photos of you, and of course all your friends' e-mail addresses and phone numbers.
Apple's bad rep on security is partly a people problem.