Adobe's latest security update includes patches for 18 vulnerabilities in Flash, as well as 34 flaws in Adobe Reader and Acrobat.
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The Acrobat updates are regularly-scheduled but the Flash and ColdFusion updates are a surprise. One Flash vulnerability is being exploited in the wild.
Adobe's much-patched software receives "additional hardening" against a vulnerability patched silently last month.
The Windows, Mac and Linux versions of Flash Player all have critical security vulnerabilities patched in a new version.
Updates fix three critical vulnerabilities in Flash Player and ColdFusion. None are known to be exploited in the wild.
New versions of Adobe Flash Player fix three critical vulnerabilities.
[UPDATED] New versions of Flash Player address a total of six vulnerabilities, many of them critical.
[UPDATED] Updates to Acrobat, Reader, Flash Player and Illustrator are for critical vulnerabilities and will be available today.
A fix for Flash Player addresses four security problems. Windows, Mac and Linux users are all vulnerable.
[UPDATE] A new version of Flash fixes two vulnerabilities in the Windows, Mac and Linux versions. They're not super-high priority.
An exploit exists in the wild for the vulnerability patched today in Flash Player. Windows, Mac and Linux versions are affected.
Adobe has issued updates to Acrobat, Reader and Flash Player to address critical vulnerabilities in those products.
NetApp has actively targeted hybrid cloud enterprises and has worked to integrate various environments as well as push solid state storage in data centers.
Telstra has conducted a world-first trial of LTE-Broadcast, which the company says can be used to reduce congestion on the network when software updates are pushed out.
Be on the lookout for fake updates to Chrome and Adobe Flash using high-quality techniques.
OS X and Mac applications have security vulnerabilities too; some people still don't believe it, but it's true. Here are the latest ones and why you need to take them seriously.
(Correction:) Surprise updates to Adobe Flash Player and Shockwave Plaer address critical vulnerabilities at high risk of exploit. Less urgent, but still serious updates for Adobe Acrobat and Reader are also available.
The Flash developer is rolling out an emergency update to the world's most popular Web plug-in for two vulnerabilities, that are currently being actively exploited by hackers.
Adobe today announced the release of a major security update for its Flash Player and Air software. Microsoft delivered its version of that patch roughly an hour later, significantly improving on its embarrassingly late performance last month.
IE's Flash problem was communication not security, but there are reasons why Flash updates might sometimes take longer. The bigger question is how long Flash stays around.
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