Sure You’re Secure? Adobe Acrobat Guarantees It



A few months ago, my router got hacked.  I’m not going to try and explain what that means, because I don’t really know. Somehow, though, the hackers can get into your router and cause your whole internet system to shut down.  Products like Adobe content security to the rescue.

If you’ve become accustomed to downloading PDFs, there is a concern the PDF may contain viruses as well.  It’s impossible to tell what the PDF may be doing to harm your computer behind the scenes.   Simply, keep in mind that Adobe signature validation can keep your information private, the way it should be.

I’m personally a fan of what’s called application security.  It’s designed for developers who create applications on the Adobe platform of products.  With the new programs, users can be assured their products are safe when designed on in an Adobe software.  Not that you had any doubt your info was secure, right?  Right?




  1. Megan says:

    I had no idea your router could get hacked! Good to know about adobe though.

  2. Anne says:

    This is disturbing, I didn’t know a router could get hacked!

  3. Eek, that’s scary! I had no idea that could happen.

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