Google has released its new search engine power, using technology they are calling “semantic web technology”.
This essentially give a couple of improvements to its search results. From what I understand you can now give longer and improved search queries, and as a result the results snippets also contain more information. Apparently these snippets might even give you enough info so you dont actually have to visit the page to get your answer. The other improvement is the results may also contain information related to your search criteria.
Googles Example is as follows “The search query â€œprinciples of physics.â€ The related searches offer will include terms such as â€œspecial relativity,â€ â€œangular momentum,â€ â€œbig bangâ€ and â€œquantum mechanics.
Check out Googles Official Blog for more information.
As previously communicated, a new vulnerability was found in the recently patched Adobe Reader 9.1, and now Adobe has released a new 9.1.1 update to resolve this issue.
Download the Update Here
Vulnerability identifier: APSB09-06
CVE number: CVE-2009-1492, CVE-2009-1493
Platform: All Platforms
A critical vulnerability has been identified in Adobe Reader 9.1 and Acrobat 9.1 and earlier versions. This vulnerability (CVE-2009-1492) would cause the application to crash and could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system. Â A second vulnerability has also been reported that appears to affect Adobe Reader for UNIX only (CVE-2009-1493).
Adobe recommends users of Adobe Reader 9.1 and Acrobat 9.1 and earlier versions update to Adobe Reader 9.1.1 and Acrobat 9.1.1. Adobe recommends users of Acrobat 8 update to Acrobat 8.1.5, and users of Acrobat 7 update to Acrobat 7.1.2. For Adobe Reader users who canâ€™t update to Adobe Reader 9.1.1, Adobe has provided the Adobe Reader 8.1.5 and Adobe Reader 7.1.2 updates.
Affected software versions
Adobe Reader 9.1 and earlier versions.
Adobe Acrobat Standard, Pro, and Pro Extended 9.1 and earlier versions.