In June, Adobe released Acrobat 9, which had Flash support in it and allowed you to view embedded YouTube videos and or other rich media content. At that time, they said that Reader 9 would be soon released, and finally yesterday, it was released and now its available for download for free. Major changes that I saw were Flash support, and faster loading times. Yes, I wanted it to be faster because it takes ages to load.
After the last Adobe vulnerability found in Windows XP SP3 in Adobe Flash Player, recently, more serious vulnerabilities were found in Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat. In result, Adobe released a new security update on Monday to patch up that security hole. The vulnerability is defined as CVE-2008-2641, and is now out wild on the Internet.