Adobe Product Security Updates Available

From the Adobe Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) Blog:

Today, we released the following Security Bulletins:

APSB11-14 - Security update available for ColdFusion (Important Severity)
APSB11-15 - Security update available for LiveCycle Data Services, LiveCycle ES, and BlazeDS (Important Severity)
APSB11-16 - Security update available for Adobe Reader and Acrobat (Critical Severity)
APSB11-17 - Security update available for Shockwave Player (Critical Severity)
APSB11-18 - Security update available for Flash Player (Critical Severity)

Customers of the affected products should consult the relevant Security Bulletin(s) and apply updates as recommended.

Bulletins and advisories for this month:

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Shockwave & Flash Player Security Updates

Updated Flash Player with no problem, but have problem with Shockwave update ver install. I uninstalled previous Shockwave version before updating, and the new version is in Programs and Features. On the Shockwave verification site the new version installation lists as complete.....however, the animation does not animate as it does on the Flash Player site. I did two restarts, but that did not help. I am wondering if there is something wrong with the website as it was acting up a bit.
Dell Studio XPS 8100, Windows Home Premium 64-bit, SP1, IE9

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The Shockwave Test Site Doesn't Animate Unless move your mouse over the settings.. I've now installed the new version on about 15 computers, including two with Win7 Home Premium 64 bit, and all seem to be working fine at the site below.

If you click on the link below, the shockwave panel should load in the upper part of the page saying "Installation Complete".. It basically does nothing unless you hover your mouse over the tabs that show: "Create", "See" and "About". They should then open/animate but it's not much.. That's all it's supposed to do. Does this not work for you?

Hope this helps.


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Yep, it works for me...

Thank you, Grif....."Create", "See" and "About" did open/animate. Guess it was too much to expect the Adobe Shockwave square red icon to do a few bad.

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