The exploit — which is currently being sold on the black market for $30,000 to $50,000 — has been submitted to Adobe's Product Security Incident Response Team, although the company has yet to deliver a response or issue a fix. The mere existence of the vulnerability questions the effectiveness of the app's highly-touted preventative measure — but should the exploit be verified, Adobe will likely issue a prompt emergency update to Reader.
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