CNET Security is reporting that Adobe is planning to release fixes this week to close some of the critical flaws in their Flash player that are currently being exploited in the wild.
July 30 is the target date for Flash Player v9 and v10 on Windows, Mac, and Linux. No date for a Solaris fix has been set.
Reader and Acrobat v9.1.2 for Windows, Mac, and UNIX are scheduled for July 31, since both shared some common flawed code with Flash.
Keep in mind that there are still exploits in the wild, so either disable Flash, or use the NoScript add-on if you're a Firefox browser user.