Hello Conrad, i tried to install some applications of adobe master collection cc 2017 in high sierra but the only one that works for me is photoshop, i need to install after effects , premiere and audition, can you give me any suggestions?
Same problem for me. got 2 brand new macs...both have this problem. everything up to date. spending hours to resolve that issue. what a waste of time!! really frustrating adobe won't find a solution. also tried the cache cleaning solution with no succsess!!
WHAT THIS IS ABOUT:Don't Panic (much). The latest update to Apple's web browser, Safari v.12, is not compatible with the UO's Java-driven implementation of Banner. Older versions of Safari are not affected. Two Admiral Ackbars.WHO SHOULD READ THIS:Apple Users.Banner Users.Windows Users are not affected by the Apple Update.WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:If you use Banner on your Apple computer, hold off updating to Safari v12.If you are not sure what version of Safari you are running, then...1. Start Safari.2. From within Safari, go up to the upper left-hand menu item, SAFARI, and click on it.3. From the drop-down menu, choose ABOUT SAFARI; a dialog box should appear.4. The dialog box will say, "Safari Version something"5a. If "something" is 12, Java is not compatible with the version of Safari, and you won't be able to use Banner.5b. If "something" is 11, Java and Banner will still work.5c. If "something" is lower than 10... there are probably some security issues with the Safari browser and you shouldn't use it for things like banking;ADDITIONAL INFORMATION for the Technically Curious:COGNOS, an alternate to BANNER: 's Banner page: and Browers:
WHAT THIS IS ABOUT:The computer security press is abuzz (again) about the latest Adobe Flash security hole (again). Given that this opens up one's computer to Ransomware Attacks, I'll give it 3.5 Admiral Ackbars.WHO SHOULD READ THIS:Everyone who hasn't already uninstalled Adobe Flash from their computers.WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:1) Make sure you are running the latest version of your web browser:Chrome: Follow this link: chrome://help/ and follow the prompts.Firefox: Go to the HELP menu and choose ABOUT FIREFOX. Follow the prompts.Safari: Go to the APPLE MENU and choose APP STORE, then choose UPDATES. Any Safari updates will be listed. Internet Explorer: Go to the START MENU, Choose ALL PROGRAMS, and WINDOWS UPDATE. Follow prompts to install important or critical updates.2A) First Option: Uninstall Flash. Seriously. Windows:Control Panel > Programs and Features > Select Adobe Flash Player software(s) > Select UNINSTALLMacintosh:It's a little more complicated see -to-uninstall-flash-player-from-your-mac.html for instructions.2B) Or Second Option: Live with Flash by updating it.If you must have the Flash Player on your computer, go here: -player/apsb16-10.html and follow the instructions to update Flash.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION for the Technically Curious:Flash exploit and link to fix: -encyclopedia/vulnerability/7102/adobe-flash-player-vulnerability-cve20161019 Quick Summary of the Flash Exploit: -ships-0-day-patch-for-flash-get-it-while-its-hot/ -adobe-systems-cyber-ransomware-idUSKCN0X502K What The Bad Guys Are Up To with the Flash Security Hole: -patches-flash-zero-day-exploited-magnitude-ek An Analysis of the Malicious Payload using the Flash Security Hole: -insight/post/killing-zero-day-in-the-egg Ars Technica article on the Flash Exploit: -flash-update-ransomware-windows-10/ Slightly Related Article on Ransomware: -panic-newly-evolved-ransomware-is-bad-news-for-everyone/ Adobe Flash's Track Record of Shame: -07-14 -06-24 -01-27 -02-21
WHAT THIS IS ABOUT: Take a deep breath. Malvertisers have infected very popular websites (NY Times, BBC, MSL, AOL) with malware which will attempt to encrypt your data for a ransom. I'd give this situation Three and a Half Admiral Ackbars. WHOU SHOULD READ THIS:Sigh. Everyone.Macintosh users may be OK, as the encryption package appears to only work on Windows machines however, I'm putting on my Casandra Outfit and warning Macintosh users to follow the steps below to protect themselves from next time.WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:Make physical backups of your data. (Go to the Duckstore, get two USB sticks, back up your data, alternate sticks every week; store the off-week USB at a friend's house in case there's a fire.) Dropbox, Google Docs, and OneDrive are not backup options; the data needs to be physically removed from your main computer for it to be backed up.Go to McAfee (or whatever anti-viral software you have running) and update it. The campaign is aggressive, but stealthy; if the malware sees an antiviral package, it will retreat to avoid detection. The malware uses the usual attack methods: Java, Silverlight, Adobe Flash. Uninstalling these pieces of software will help protect your computer. If you must use them, be sure you are running the latest versions.Technically advanced users may wish to edit home router block lists, adding the following domains:answers.com zerohedge.cominfolinks.combrentsmedia.comevangmedia.comshangjiamedia.comADDITIONAL INFORMATION for the Technically Curious:Malvertisement: an advertisement, typically on a side-bar on a web page, that attempts to install malware onto a computer.Malware: Malicious software.Ransomware: Software that typically encrypts your data and then demands a ransom to unencrypt it. -name-sites-hit-by-rash-of-malicious-ads-spreading-crypto-ransomware/ -websites-affected-by-angler-exploit-kit-malvertising-security-vendors-say.html -exploit-kit-updated-to-target-pcs-and-macs-with-silverlight-attack-13449.html Heimdal Security Infomercial about how Angler Works (introductory info, and they're pitching their security product) -guide-angler-exploit-kit-non-technical-people/Technicallly Detailed Overview of the Angler Exploit Kit: -closer-look-at-the-angler-exploit-kit/
WHAT THIS IS ABOUT:Adobe has released an emergency patch for a critical zero-day in the Flash Player. Flash Player is software that allows animation on web pages to run, and is frequently targeted by The Bad Guys. Exploits for the flaw are limited but active, and I'd rate this at two-and-half Admiral Ackbars.WHO SHOULD READ THIS:Windows users with Adobe Flash Player Installed.Macintosh users with Adobe Flash Player Installed.WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:Go here: is a page which will tell you which version (if any) of the Flash Player you have installed. You may need to authorize the player to run when the page comes up.If you have Adobe Flash Player installed, as of June 24, 2015 it should be version 22.214.171.124.The Adobe Flash Player's poor security track record make it a preferred target for The Bad Guys; you may wish to uninstall it and see if you miss it.That said. Depending on if your browser and what type of computer you use, do one of the following:ALL CHROME and INETERNET EXPLORER USERS: If you use Chrome or Microsoft Internet Explorer to browse the web, update your browser to automatically install the latest Flash update.WINDOWS FIREFOX USERS: If you use Firefox to browse the web then:Go here: UNSELECT the insidious bloatware option (usually an offer for McAfee). Double-check that you've unselected the unwanted software installed then click on the Yellow INSTALL NOW button.Follow the prompts.MACINTOSH SAFARI and FIREFOX USERS:Go to the APPLE MENUChoose SYSTEM PREFERENCESClick on the FLASH PLAYER icon (in the bottom row). If there is no Flash Player icon, stop.Click on the UPDATES tab (second from the right).SELECT "Allow Adobe to install updates (recommended)."Click on the CHECK NOW button.Close the System Preferences Window.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION for the Technically Curious:Official Word from Adobe: -player/apsb15-14.htmlThe Researchers Who Discovered the Exploit: -research/2015/06/operation-clandestine-wolf-adobe-flash-zero-day.htmlArs Technica Article: -early-patch-often-adobe-pushes-emergency-fix-for-active-0-day/Cult-Of-Mac Article Extoling Readers to Ditch the Flash Player: -flash-player-now-or-spend-the-rest-of-your-life-patching-it/
WHAT THIS IS ABOUT:Adobe Flash Player has some security holes in it (again). One hole has been patched; another is still being exploited. [Editor's note: The second hole in Adobe Flash Player has been patched.]WHO SHOULD READ THIS:People who use Adobe Flash Player to look at high-impact, rich web content.WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:In each browser (Safari, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox) on your machine go to this web site -player.htmland check to see if Flash is running for that browser. Follow instructions on the web page if you want to update to the partially patched version of the Adobe Flash player.More than one Computer Security Expert has bandied about the idea of disabling Adobe Flash over the next few days until the second security hole is patched. [Editor's Note: The second hole has been patched.] If you wish to do so, follow the browser-specific links in step 4 on the above Adobe web page, only (hang on to your looking glass!) DISABLE the flash player instead of enabling it.REMEMBER: Although version 126.96.36.1997 of the Adobe Flash player is the latest version, it still has a security hole in it; expect another patch from Adobe next week [which it was].ADDITIONAL INFORMATION for the TECHNICALLY CURIOUS:Naked Security Article: -issues-emergency-fix-for-flash-zero-day/Graham Cluley Article: -adobe-flash-need-read-today/Jargon-filled Technical Description of the Unpatched Flash Malware: -vulnerability-0day-in-flash.htmlAdobe Announcement: =1166 -teeth-gnashings-you-hear-are-flash-users-installing-a-new-0day-patch/
WHAT THIS IS ABOUT:Oracle has released an update to Java which closes several security holes, including the POODLE security hole. The latest version is Version 8 Update 31.WHO SHOULD READ THIS:Folks with Java installed on their computers (e.g. Banner users and Minecraft users)WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:If you think, but you're not sure if you have Java, go here: click on the red button "Verify Java Version."It's possible the web browser will try to block Java from running; you may need to grant one-time-only permission for Java to run.After a short pause, the web page should tell you what version of Java is running. It should be Version 8 Update 31.If you do not have Java installed on your machine, and you haven't missed it, then celebrate in the knowledge that you have a secure machine.If you need to update, follow the link for updating. BE CAREFUL: Make sure to read download instructions carefully so you do not inadvertently install the ASK search bar or sell family members to Oracle.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION for the TECHNICALLY CURIOUS:A Simple Overview of Java: -patch-plugs-19-security-holes/The Macintosh operating system and Java don't always play well together: Macintosh users may wish to see _mac.xmlOracle Technical Paper: -1972971.htmlOracle on POODLE: -2014-3566-2339408.html 2b1af7f3a8