SendNow Old logos of Acrobat apps and services Adobe has renamed the Acrobat products several times, in addition to merging, splitting and discontinuing them.
Over time, "Acrobat Reader" became "Reader". Between versions 3 and 5, Acrobat did not have several editions. By 1 April , the Acrobat family consisted of: Document Cloud[ edit ] In April , Adobe introduced the " Document Cloud " branding alongside its Creative Cloud to signify its adoption of the cloud storage and the software as a service model.
Apps under this branding received a "DC" suffix. In addition, "Reader" was renamed back to "Acrobat Reader".
Version numbers are now identified by the last two digits of the year of major release, and the month and year is specified; the previous version was 12, but examples of the DC Document Cloud Acrobat product family versions are DC June , version Arabic and Hebrew versions are available from WinSoft International,  Adobe Systems ' internationalization and localization partner.
Specific features for Arabic and Hebrew languages[ edit ] The Arabic and Hebrew versions are developed specifically for these languages, which are normally written right-to-left. These versions include special TouchUp properties to manage digits, ligatures option and paragraph direction in right-to-left Middle Eastern scripts such as Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian, as well as standard left-to-right Indian scripts such as Devanagari and Gujarati.
The Web Capture feature can convert single web pages or entire web sites into PDF files, while preserving the content's original text encoding. Acrobat can also copy Arabic and Hebrew text to the system clipboard in its original encoding; if the target application is also compatible with the text encoding, then the text will appear in the correct script. Security[ edit ] A comprehensive list of security bulletins for most Adobe products and related versions is published on their Security bulletins and advisories page and in other related venues.
This functionality allows a PDF document creator to include code which executes when the document is read. Malicious PDF files that attempt to attack security vulnerabilities can be attached to links on web pages or distributed as email attachments.
These vulnerabilities could cause the application to crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system. There have been reports of these vulnerabilities being exploited to trick Windows users into clicking on a malicious PDF file delivered in an email message.
Adobe recommended users update their product installations. These updates address critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.
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