I work for a security company who currently works with a lot of pdf documents. I have heard that it is possible to embed malicious code within a pdf document. I really would like more information on this topic and a sample pdf document that launches some type of reverse shell or command prompt. If you could possibly tell me about a program that you could edit pdf code through and tell me how it works or show me where to find a sample document to download that would be great. I would like a sample so I can attempt to send it through our systems and see if our systems will block the file.
In these links, no known tool or current exploit exist's, as is often the case with flaws that are patched, but the possibilities are there:
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