Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen says the company is “not a company that would tolerate any activity that undermines the integrity of our products.”
The company will not tolerate anything that undermines its core business, said Narayn in a conference call with analysts.
Narayn also said the company will continue to push forward with the latest version of Flash in the browser, which Adobe released to the public last week.
The Flash player is a powerful tool that can be used for everything from browsing the web to playing videos.
Narawen said Adobe will continue making sure that the latest Flash update will be compatible with its existing users.
Narays decision comes as the company tries to fend off a wave of lawsuits alleging copyright infringement in its software.
Adobe, which was founded in 1977, is currently the most profitable software company in the world, with a $5.4 billion profit last year.