This release is a planned update for the products listed in the table below. The latest version is always available through the product’s update mechanism, from the enterprise FTP site, and for some languages, from the Reader Download Center.
|Acrobat||Planned update||AcrobatUpd1013.msp||94.7 MB||All but tier 5|
|Acrobat||Planned update||AcrobatUpd1013_me.msp||82.8 MB||Tier 5|
|Reader||Planned update||AdbeRdrUpd1013_MUI.msp||19.7 MB||All (multilingual installer)|
|Reader||Planned update||AdbeRdrUpd1013.msp||15.8 MB||All|
|Reader||Full||AdbeRdr1013_<lang_ID>.exe||52-61 MB||EN, FR, DE, JA, ES|
|Acrobat||Planned update||AcrobatUpd1013.dmg||137 MB||All but tier 5|
|Acrobat||Planned update||AcrobatUpd1013_me.dmg||114 MB||Tier 5|
|Reader||Planned update||AdbeRdrUpd1013.dmg||103 MB||All|
Vulnerability fixes include those mentioned in the following:
This release provides mitigations for vulnerabilities described in the security bulletin at http://www.adobe.com/go/apsb12-08.
For more details about these and other security features, see the Application Security Guide.
Priority ratings have been added to Adobe’s security bulletins to clearly communicate real-world risk associated with the vulnerabilities addressed in any given security update. This design is targeted at benefiting the enterprise patching prioritization processes.
The following improvements and bug fixes have been made for the sandboxing feature on Windows:
Previous product versions of the browser plug-in were not compatible with the Safari 5.1+ browser that currently ships with Mac OS X 10.7 and 10.6. Today’s update resolves the incompatibility with Safari in 64-bit mode. If you still require a 32-bit solution, this update also supports Mozilla Firefox for Macintosh when it is opened in 32-bit mode. Note, a small number of functions relating to 3D and embedded Flash could render or operate incorrectly in some configurations. For those situations, try downloading the PDF file and opening it using the stand-alone Adobe Reader or Acrobat.
Note: Since this new 10.1.3 functionality supersedes previous versions, it is recommended that you remove the AdobePDFViewerFF.plugin if you had previously installed that from the Adobe LABs site.
With this release, the product further integrates Adobe EchoSign technology as follows:
Reader’s Export PDF service expands optical character recognition beyond English to include French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish.
Several bug fixes related to printing have been fixed. See Bug fixes below.
2951429: Ink Manager color swatches are broken, display in RGB, most spots missing.
Printing workarounds for the issues below appear at http://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/pdf-wont-print-reader-10.html:
- The printing preference to print on both sides of the paper is on by default.
- Reader crashes when trying to print when Protected Mode is on.
Acrobat X Professional crashes on close | Preflight panel access: See http://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/acrobat-x-professional-crashes-close.html.
PDFs in a browser appear as a grey box and don’t display when sent via HTTPS/SSL: For a hot fix and workaround, see http://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/pdf-opens-grey-screen-browser.html.
Some plugins that rely on HFTs may cause a hang or crash. For example, the LeanGreen plugin does not work. Acrobat 10.1.3 crashes when closing Acrobat after accessing Preflight panel.