Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Emergency Patch For Active Attacked Flash Player Flaw

Adobe has a vulnerability in Flash Player that is actively used to infect computers with malware repaired via an emergency patch. According to the company involves limited, targeted attacks, where IE users on Windows 7 and older and Firefox users on Windows XP are targeted.

Through the leak, which was reported by the US security firm FireEye Adobe, an attacker can execute arbitrary code on the computer. Visiting a malicious or hacked website or see getting an infected ad is sufficient. System administrators and users are strongly advised to within 72 hours to update to Flash Player to install.

Updating via the built-in updater and . In the case of Google Chrome and IE10 and IE11 on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, the embedded Flash Player will be updated via the browser. This page shows which version is installed on the computer.

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