Posts Tagged ‘flash vulnerability’

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.


Here We Go Again – Yet Another Flash 0-day Vulnerability Emerges

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

This is sort of a clumsily written article, but it’s still important information, none the less …

Flash player users, which is the majority of Internet users, do not come to rest in past years. There is seldom a month passing by without another Flash vulnerability. Adobe today released a security advisory warning for all Flash users that describes a critical security vulnerability in the popular software.


Adobe Hit by Yet Another Flash 0-day Exploit

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

I’m concerned about the recent security issues with Adobe products too … but what’s the alternative?

Some time ago I made the decision to dump the two popular Adobe products Adobe Flash and Adobe Reader from my system. Since then, Adobe did not come to rest, as the company was hit by one 0-day exploit after the other. What made matters worse was the reaction time to fix the exploits, which usually were a week at best and often a month or more.