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(The Register)   Dear Adobe, it's only Pretty Good Privacy as long as you refrain from posting the private key to the company blog   ( theregister.co.uk) divider line
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2017-09-24 05:23:36 AM  
All of their most used products are vectors for malware anyway, not sure if this really changes things.  May as well give up your private key to everyone.
 
2017-09-24 05:24:40 AM  
*rofl*

I do not expect anything less from those chuckle-farks.  Maybe leave an open telnet service forwarding right into the db of your store front running too, eh guys?  Please?
 
2017-09-24 07:12:17 AM  

downstairs: All of their most used products are vectors for malware anyway, not sure if this really changes things.  May as well give up your private key to everyone.


Done in one, a liter an get the lights
 
2017-09-24 07:26:26 AM  
FOXIT READER. Jesus.
 
2017-09-24 10:11:38 AM  

dickfreckle: FOXIT READER. Jesus.


Very much so, love that program.  Can't live without it.  And I'm pretty sure I no longer have Adobe reader or Acrobat installed at all any more.  It certainly is not my default program for ANYTHING.
 
2017-09-24 10:15:16 AM  

downstairs: dickfreckle: FOXIT READER. Jesus.

Very much so, love that program.  Can't live without it.  And I'm pretty sure I no longer have Adobe reader or Acrobat installed at all any more.  It certainly is not my default program for ANYTHING.


I particularly like how foxit lets me fill in what are normally locked fields in pdfs so I can type out the contents of a form and print it instead of exposing the reader to my chicken-scratch posing as human hand writing after decades of atrophy in favour of the keyboard.
 
2017-09-24 10:36:14 AM  
*reads tweet* Mailvelope 1.8. Well, sounds like a good excuse to shiatcan with extreme prejudice any e-mail purported to come from Adobe, as if you weren't doing that already.
 
2017-09-24 11:56:22 AM  
So not only do their products work poorly...if they work at all...but now....

How is Adobe still a thing, one might be inclined to ask.
 
2017-09-24 01:44:24 PM  

wejash: So not only do their products work poorly...if they work at all...but now....

How is Adobe still a thing, one might be inclined to ask.


Well, Photoshop and that whole suite for one.  That is all they're worth.
 
2017-09-24 05:19:17 PM  

dickfreckle: FOXIT READER. Jesus.


Except
 
2017-09-24 07:48:18 PM  
PDF-XChange Editor. You don't need rubber gloves to use it.
 
2017-09-24 08:55:12 PM  
Now, it depends on your definition of "pretty good", doesn't it subby?

/Yes I know what PGP is...
//Don't have adobe anything, not even flash installed.
///For 3 slashies, free advice: use FoxIt reader
 
kab
2017-09-25 02:23:45 AM  
In other news, Adobe has been bought out by Equifax.
 
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