Adobe Gets Its Say on Microsoft's MAPP Security Channel

Adobe will be able to communicate its own security projects to other companies using Microsoft's MAPP program, a system designed by Redmond to keep security companies up to date on vulnerability information before it sends out its usual monthly patch set. Microsoft also announced a new vulnerability disclosure program that will let flaw finders report directly to a CERT-CC.

Adobe (Nasdaq: ADBE) has joined Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) MAPP program, which provides members with information about security Planning for the next peak season? Ensure your website is fast, secure and available 24/7. Click here to learn how. vulnerabilities before Microsoft releases its monthly patches.

This will let Adobe, which has been plagued by security flaws, notify MAPP members about vulnerabilities in its apps so they can fix those problems more quickly.

Separately, Microsoft has announced a coordinated vulnerability disclosure program which will let anyone who discovers security flaws report them directly to a CERT-CC or other coordinator so vendors of the affected products get the information in time to fix the problem.

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