Saturday, 14 March 2015

Critical Security Update For Adobe Flash Player

There is a critical security update for Adobe Flash Player appeared that resolves eleven leaks, nine of which could give an attacker full control over the computer. It would be visiting a hacked or malicious Web site or see getting infected Flash ads suffice.

Through the remaining two vulnerabilities an attacker could bypass the restriction for uploading files, as well as a cross-domain policy. Ten of the eleven remedied vulnerabilities were found by external researchers include Google, Intel Labs and NCC Group. Windows and Mac users are advised to update within 72 hours to Adobe Flash Player This can be done via the automatic update feature and .

In the case of Internet Explorer 10 and 11 on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, the embedded Flash Player will be updated automatically. Microsoft had the appropriate Flash updates already on March 10 released two days before Adobe published them. Also in the case of Chrome embedded Flash Player will be automatically updated. Like Google, Microsoft published on 10 March a new Chrome version , but this is not stated whether the Flash vulnerabilities have been fixed. Through this Adobe page Internet to see whether and which version of Flash Player installed on their system state.

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