Security News > 2020 > June > Adobe Acrobat DC Gets Protected Mode on Windows
Adobe this week announced that it has introduced a protected mode in Adobe Acrobat DC for Windows.
The Protected Mode in Acrobat DC is aimed at ensuring addition layers of security are available for users, thus improving the protection of desktop environments from potentially malicious code.
Acrobat DC, Adobe says, has millions of users worldwide, including in enterprise environments, but hasn't received support for Protected Mode yet due to fears of compatibility issues.
To enable Protected Mode, users need to launch Adobe Acrobat DC for Windows, head to Edit > Preferences > Security and select Enable Protected Mode at startup.
"We hope that you try out Adobe Acrobat DC Protected Mode in your environment and give us your feedback," Parkerson concludes.