When security vulnerabilities in Adobe Photoshop, Flash Professional and Illustrator were revealed last month, Adobe advised users to upgrade to the latest versions in order to get patches for the security flaws all three contained. In the case of Photoshop, that would have meant spending $199 which most users balked at.

The bad publicity surrounding Adobe's decision back then seems to have had the desired effect and the company has now released a number of patches to address the vulnerabilities in its products. More on the story here: Adobe updates arrive after user protests