Posts Tagged ‘flash update’

Adobe Releases Another Flash Security Update

Friday, November 11th, 2011

Lately, it almost seems like there’s a new Adobe security update about once a week …

A security update for Adobe Flash Player has been released today that fixes several critical security vulnerabilities that Adobe identified in the software. Affected by vulnerabilities are all desktop versions of Adobe Flash Player and earlier for Windows, Apple Macintosh, Linux and Solaris as well as Adobe Flash Player or earlier versions for the Android operating system. Adobe Air 3.0 and earlier are also affected by the security vulnerabilities.


Flash Player and VLC Security Updates Released

Monday, June 6th, 2011

These security related Flash updates are usually fairly important …

Adobe and VideoLAN have released security updates for some of their software programs today. Adobe released a new version of Adobe Flash Player which fixes a security vulnerability in the popular application. The security bulletin reveals that an important security vulnerability has been identified in Adobe Flash Player and earlier on all supported operating systems including Flash on Android. The cross-site scripting vulnerability could be used to impersonate a user on a website such as that of a webmail provider or financial website. Adobe confirmed reports that the vulnerability is actively exploited by embedded malicious links in email messages.


Adobe Flash Player 10.3 Final Downloads

Friday, May 13th, 2011

Here’s a security/feature update for Adobe Flash; this looks both important and useful …

The integration of Adobe Flash Player 10.3 in the latest Google Chrome Stable release yesterday hinted already at the imminent release of the final version of Flash Player 10.3. This time, it took less than 24 hours; Adobe has enabled downloads for all supported operating systems, so that users can download and install Flash Player 10.3 on their computer systems.