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Cyber criminals often make use of ‘web attack toolkits’ – a collection of programmed files which are hosted on malicious websites – to try and infect computers or take advantage of known software vulnerabilities.You may end up on one of these websites by mistake due to a website redirection, bad search engine link or after clicking on a link in a spam email, instant message or social networking status update.Sometimes the Adobe reader and their resources could be damaged that will hamper the smooth functioning of the software.Here’s a quick fix to repair the damaged Adobe reader Open Adobe Reader Or Acrobat. Hit the Repair Adobe Reader Installation and restart.This popularity makes it a great way to try and attack computer owners who don’t keep their version of the software (or their web browser) up to date.Fortunately, Adobe are constantly working on security updates for the program and make the free Reader product available online so you can download and instal the latest software direct from their site: Open up the Adobe Reader program and click on Help in the top menu – then click on ‘Updates’ or ‘Check for Updates’.It is even more bizarre as the Adobe Reader or Acrobat does not show any error code or any error information.To resolve the problem, you may want to make a few changes in the settings, or maybe you need to download the newer version update of Adobe Reader.
Opening a PDF file will take you to a busy icon for few seconds and then does nothing.In the update box, Click download to have a new version and restart.Completely uninstall Adobe Acrobat Reader using its uninstaller and then download and install its latest version.If the above solution doesn’t help you to fix the issue, make sure your Windows 10 is running the latest version of Adobe Reader.Running the Adobe Reader or Acrobat that is out of date can cause conflicts with your system . The following solution will help you to check for latest updates Open Adobe Reader or Acrobat. Hit the “Check for Update” option from the Help drop-down menu.