Nitro regularly releases updated products with new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. Minor updates (from version 11.1 to 11.2, for example) are available free of charge for users with a valid license.
Latest Nitro Pro 11
Release date: March 15, 2017
Release Notes »
|Version||Release Date||Latest Download|
|Nitro Pro 10||August 5, 2016||32-bit 64-bit|
Nitro has historically required very few security updates or patches. When security vulnerabilities are identified, Nitro prioritizes them for resolution per the Nitro Security Vulnerability Policy & Process outlined below. Nitro’s commitment to the security of its products and services is a core value. Through proactive security design and testing, Nitro is proud to have required few historical security updates.
Security updates available for Nitro Pro
Nitro Pro 10 Release date: February 3, 2017
Nitro Pro 11 Release date: March 15, 2017
Last Updated: March 15, 2017
Summary: Nitro has released an update for Nitro Pro 10 and Nitro Pro 11, which addresses two potential security vulnerabilities. If exploited, an attacker could access a user’s desktop computer, install a malicious program, and then get the user to open a malicious PDF file using a version of Nitro Pro that contains the vulnerability. This could cause a memory corruption that could crash Nitro Pro, and potentially trigger the malicious program installed earlier.
|Nitro Pro||11.0.3 and prior releases||Windows|
Nitro has released an update for Nitro Pro 10 and Nitro Pro 11. Nitro recommends updating to the latest version using the installers below:
For more information, please contact the Nitro Security Team at email@example.com
Nitro Security Vulnerability Policy & Process:
Nitro’s commitment to the security of its products and services is a core value. Through proactive security design and testing, Nitro is proud to have required few historical security updates. Central to this philosophy is how Nitro manages Security Vulnerabilities, especially those reported to us by Third Party Security Researchers.
Nitro Security Vulnerability Process:
(1) Nitro will acknowledge and assess any vulnerabilities reported by a third party, typically within 7 days.
(2) When a vulnerability is confirmed, Nitro will conduct risk analysis using the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS v3) and determine the most appropriate response for our customers.
Critical security updates: Issues within the software that, if not addressed, pose a high risk and probability of unauthorized access, alteration or destruction of information on a user's computer or connected computers. Nitro will resolve critical security updates by providing a critical update to the current and previous released software version, or a major upgrade to the current release.
Non-critical Security updates: Issues within the software that, if not addressed, pose a low to moderate risk and probability of unauthorized access, alteration or destruction of information on a user's computer or connected computers. Nitro will resolve non-critical security updates by providing a minor update or major upgrade to the current release.
(3) Nitro will design, implement & test any security updates, and make them available to customers on supported software versions; typically within 90 days.
(4) Nitro will publicly disclose all critical security vulnerabilities, affected versions, and relevant details of any patched releases.
Nitro Personal (individual) users may access any Security updates on this page.
Nitro Business customers may contact their Nitro Account Manager for access to the security fix and deployment instructions.
Nitro Enterprise customers with a dedicated Customer Success Manager will receive notice and fix deployment instructions.
Reporting a vulnerability: All Nitro security vulnerabilities should be reported via email to the Nitro Security Team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide concise steps to reproduce that are easily understood, and include a proof-of-concept file. Nitro does not provide rewards for bug or security vulnerability submissions.
Nitro System Requirements & Deployment Options
Nitro supports most common deployment methods and system requirements, making it fast and easy to deploy, maintain and update across large enterprises.
Client-side deployment (push installations)
- Industry standard deployment tools. Install and manage our software using Microsoft Active Directory (AD), System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), or other deployment managers that support Microsoft Installer (MSI) files.
- Command line installation for silent, automated activation of serial numbers.
- Nitro Pro also works with roaming profiles so users can access their own preferences from whatever computers they access on networks running AD.
- PDF for Citrix and Terminal Server Software
- Nitro products support server-based hosting, allowing you to run and manage Nitro from one central location with:
- Remote Desktop Services
- Terminal Services
- Citrix XenApp (Published Desktop/Application)
Nitro Pro Desktop System Requirements
- Desktops: Windows 10, 8, and 7 (64 bit)
- Servers: Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, 2012, and 2012 R2 (64 bit)
- Processor: 1.5 GHz or faster
- RAM: 1GB
- Available Hard Disk Space: 4.5GB
- Display screen resolution: 1024x768
- Microsoft Office Integrated Features: MS Office 2013+
- Video hardware acceleration (optional)
Nitro Cloud Browser Requirements (in addition to desktop requirements above)
- Microsoft Windows 10, 8 or 7 using Internet Explorer 11, Firefox, or Chrome
- Mac OS X v10.9 or later using Safari 9 or later, Firefox, or Chrome
- Mobile browsers:
- iPad Tablets: Chrome and Safari (down to 768px or 7” equivalent to iPad portrait)
- Android Tablets: Chrome (down to 768px or 7”)
- Other tablets and smartphones: Receiving, viewing and e-signing documents are supported on all devices and all browsers.
- The Nitro Pro desktop app is available in the following languages:
- The Nitro Cloud browser app is available in English only.
Software Sunset Policy
Scope of Policy
1.1. The Software Sunset Policy ('the Policy') applies to the following products:
- Nitro Pro
- Nitro Reader
1.2. The following products are discontinued and do not fall under the scope of the Policy:
- Nitro PDF Express
1.2.1. No updates or releases (major or minor, critical or otherwise) will be supplied for discontinued products.
Critical updates are a subset of minor updates and are aimed at resolving the following product issues:
- Critical security updates: Issues within the software that, if not addressed, pose a high risk and probability of unauthorized access, alteration or destruction of information on a user's computer or connected computers.
- Critical software issues: Issue renders the software completely inoperable and affects all users.
- Major software issues: Issue materially impairs a major software feature, with no reasonable work-around available.
Current release means the latest major upgrade in the market.
Major upgrade means products released to market where the version major number increments (eg Nitro Pro v10 to Nitro Pro v11).
Minor update means products released to market where the version minor, build or revision numbers increments (eg Nitro Pro v11 to Nitro Pro v11.0.5). Minor updates are often used to introduce small feature improvements and critical/non-critical updates.
Premium support means prioritized ticketed support in addition to phone and live chat support within west coast business hours.
Previous release means the major upgrade immediately preceding the current release.
Prior release means the major upgrades older than the prior release.
Products With respect to the Policy, products include Nitro Pro, Nitro Reader, Nitro PDF Express and PrimoPDF.
Software Assurance means Software Assurance or SA (previously known as the Nitro SAP - Software Assurance Program). This gives the user all major upgrades and minor updates, unlimited access to Premium Support and the Nitro Customer Success and Service Team through a dedicated support phone number, for a period of 12 months from the purchase date.
Software Sunset Policy ('The Policy')
Important The following should be viewed as guidelines, rather than strict rules.
3.1. Unless specified to the contrary, Nitro will provide critical and minor updates for the current release, until such time as a new major upgrade is released.
3.2. Unless specified to the contrary, Nitro will only provide critical updates for the previous release, until such time as a new major upgrade is released. Nitro, at its discretion, may also provide a major upgrade to the current release, instead of a critical update to a previous release, to provide a critical update.
3.3. Unless specified to the contrary, Nitro will not provide any minor updates or critical updates for prior releases.
3.4. Minor updates and critical updates will be supplied, regardless of a customer's software assurance status.Transitioning between release phases
3.5. When a new major upgrade is released to market:
- It becomes the current release;
- The existing current release becomes the previous release; and
- The previous release becomes a prior release.
Current Product Status
|Nitro Pro 11||23-November-2016||Current|
|Nitro Pro 10||09-June-2015||Previous|
|Nitro Pro 9||30-Sep-2013||Discontinued|
|Nitro Pro 8||12-Sep-2012||Discontinued|
|Nitro Pro 7||02-Nov-2011||Discontinued|
|Nitro Pro 6||15-Jun-2009||Discontinued|
|Nitro Pro 5||01-Mar-2007||Discontinued|
|Nitro PDF Professional||06-May-2005||Discontinued|
|Nitro Reader 5||9-Mar-2016||Current|
|Nitro Reader 3||10-Oct-2012||Discontinued|
|Nitro Reader 2||21-Jun-2011||Discontinued|
|Nitro Reader 1||25-May-2010||Discontinued|
Nitro PDF Express
|Nitro Express 2||21-Dec-2009||Discontinued|
|Nitro Express 1||01-Jun-2007||Discontinued|
|Primo PDF 5||N/A||Discontinued|
Nitro's rights under the policy
5.1. Nitro reserves the right to alter, append or repeal part or all of the Policy at any time.
5.2. Nitro reserves the right to make exceptions to the Policy on a case-by-case basis.