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Adobe makes Photoshop Photography Program available to everyone

Adobe on Wednesday announced expansion of its Photoshop Photography Program to everyone for a period ending on 2nd of December this year.

The software firm announced that its Photoshop Photography Program would remain available for everyone, including those who never owned Photoshop.

This ongoing $10 subscription price, which is significantly lower than the usual the Creative Cloud membership charge of $50 a month, includes Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5, 20GB of server space, plus a Behance Pro website.

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Hackers steal personal data of Adobe’s nearly 3M customers

Software firm Adobe Systems admitted on Thursday that unknown cyber criminals hacked into its computer system and slipped away with personal information of millions of its customers.

Adobe said the "sophisticated" security breach allowed the hackers to steel personal data, including credit card information, from 2.9 million of its customers.

The company added that the attack also provided the hackers with access to encrypted passwords and other personal data of its customers.

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Photoshop CS6 puts photo manipulation on steroids

Going by the indications from Adobe’s fourth Photoshop Creative Suite 6 (CS6) software preview, the forthcoming CS6 will apparently put photo manipulation on steroids; with the company going notably beyond the Photoshop CS5’s content-aware fill technology which was capable of automatically filling in a hole left after the removal of a part of an image.

Photoshop Senior Product Manager Bryan O'Neil Hughes said during the recent CS6 preview that new Photoshop version will underline a “patch tool” which will enable the photographers to decide on the source of filler on their own.

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Adobe again attacked by hackers

This is the second time in a period of just one month when Adobe has issued a warning saying that its Flash Player has been attacked by a bug. This bug is implanting malicious code inside a Microsoft Office document and making it difficult for the player to perform.

On Monday, the security advisory was issued where it was said that the attackers were fully using the vulnerabilities of the application by embedding the attacks in the files. These word documents when sent through mails again attack the other computer where they are opened.

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Flash Player users to get more control over cookies

With an intention to step up the security aspect of Flash Player, Adobe Systems Inc. is allowing users to have more control over cookies.

Adobe Systems Inc. has announced that they were teaming up with several browser vendors in order to make LSOs (Local Shared Objects) management possible from within the browser.

LSOs in Flash Player are used for storing user preferences. But, the system is also used by many dodgy websites to track visitors' behavior. It allows tracking of cookies even after a user deletes them.

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