Thursday, 5 February 2015

Adobe Distributes Emergency Patch Attacked Flash Leak

Adobe has released an emergency patch yesterday rolled out for a critical vulnerability in Flash Player that is actively used to infect Windows users with malware. It is the third emergency patch in a short time made ​​available for Flash Player. The previous patches appeared on 22 and 24 January

In this case, the update to Adobe Flash Player meant for the vulnerability that is identified as CVE-2015-3013. As with the previous emergency patch rollout takes first place among users who have enabled the automatic update feature. This is the default browser plug-in. Expected to appear today manual download.

It also cooperates there with Google and Microsoft. Chrome and Internet Explorer 10 and 11 on Windows 8 and 8.1, namely feature an embedded Flash Player that can be updated using the browser and operating system. The attacks so far observed are directed against users of Internet Explorer and Firefox on Windows 8.1 and older. Previously showed Trend Micro already know that the exploit does not work against Google Chrome. Through this page , see what version of Flash Player is installed on the system.

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