I think your anti-virus software is telling you things are viruses when they are not.
Can you elaborate on what exactly it is telling you that is viruses?
With hundreds of thousands of users worldwilde - I would say your anti-virus software is not giving you an accurate report.
What anti-virus software are you using.
For the record - I work behind a fierce firewall and at no point has any virus problems been detected while installing or usine Adobe Creative Cloud.
Are you downloading direct from Adobe, or are you using a pirate software site?
I use a couple different ones and I am an it professional and I have
tracked it back to the Adobe software. My virus software caught it both
times Symantec and ms security essentials.
That's probably the issue - using more than 1 firewall/anti-virus can cause clashes.
Not using two on the same computer. Two computers each with different virus
software both have same problem....nevermind. Will post on an it sight.
Can you confirm it's a legitimate software bought from Adobe? Or did you purchase on a 3rd party site?
Symantec can be sometimes oversensitive, especially when programs are writing to system folders.
I'm not familiar with MS Secuirty Essentials - but I assume it's the same issue.
You still haven't really answered all my questions - what files are they flagging as viruses?
You say you are a it professional. Really? And you think you have virusses that are from Adobe? Hm... that it professional part seems hard to believe!