Adobe released another batch of security updates for Flash Player today.
Another day means another update from Adobe. Are you tired of the security issues stemming from Adobe Flash Player? You’re not alone.
Kudos to Adobe for quickly releasing a fix for a vulnerability that attackers starting exploiting following the Hacking Team security breach.
You may already be aware that Adobe released an emergency security patch for its Flash Player last week. Read why it’s important that you install the update ASAP.
Adobe patched a bunch of Flash Player bugs last week, but cybercriminals have already rolled the flaws in cyberattacks. Update Adobe Flash Player now!
On Tuesday, Adobe released security updates for Acrobat, Reader and Flash Player to fix a list of vulnerabilities, some of which are actively being used in cyber-attacks.
Adobe released security updates for Flash Player, fixing 6 critical bugs that could allow an attacker to take remote control of the affected system.
Adobe Shockwave Player for both Windows & Mac includes an outdated, vulnerable version of Flash that attackers can exploit to take control of the affected system.
Microsoft issued security updates on Tuesday, fixing bugs in Windows, IE, Office & .Net Framework, but a new IE bug under attack leaves XP at risk.
IE users rejoice! Microsoft has released a security update to plug the critical vulnerability affecting all versions of IE — even on Windows XP!