Adobe Systems is on the road to develop a new security tool meant for its Acrobat Reader program.
The company has stated that it the Acrobat reader will now be integrated with the latest sandbox feature that aids in protecting the application from soaring malware attacks.
It was added that the Acrobat Reader sand box will comprise of the PDF reader, which will be placed aloof from all other files on the computer detached from the application, thus cutting down the risk of a computer system with malware attack.
The Adobe Reader Protection Mode will cater to the services of the sand box protection tools in Google's Chrome web browser and Microsoft Office 2010.
It was through a blog post made by Brad Arkin, Adobe's director of product security it was known that: "Even if an exploitable security vulnerability is found by an attacker, Adobe Reader Protected Mode will help prevent the attacker from writing files, changing registry keys or installing malware on potential victims' computers."