Microsoft patched nearly 50 vulnerabilities this month, including patches for an Adobe Flash Player zero-day vulnerability that was announced earlier this month.
Adobe's Patch Tuesday updates included security updates for Adobe Acrobat and Reader for Windows and Macintosh to address critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.
Adobe Systems today released a critical security update for a pair of vulnerabilities in Flash Player, one of which has been actively exploited in phishing attacks attributed to North Korean APT actor Group 123.
Adobe Systems says it plans to address a critical zero-day vulnerability in Flash Player that a researcher asserts is being actively exploited in the wild to attack South Koreans conducting research on North Korea.
Adobe's Flash Player may gain a lot of negative headlines, but when it comes to the most frequented targeted software Microsoft Office and Windows beat out the much maligned Adobe software.
The first patch Tuesday of 2018 has Adobe issuing its first patch for the new year, a lone entry for Flash Player rated as "important".
Cyber-espionage group Turla is reported to be targetting embassies and consulates in the post-Soviet states using a new tool to dupe potential victims into installing malware to exfiltrate data.
Adobe's November Patch Tuesday included 83 patches, including fixes for five critical-rated issues in Flash Player. Reader and Acrobat, by themselves, generated more than five dozen CVEs.
A new Adobe Flash zero day exploit has been identified, reportedly used in an attack on 10 October by a threat actor known as BlackOasis and delivered through a Microsoft Word document to deploy the FinSpy commercial spyware.
Adobe issued a light load of Patch Tuesday security updates today releasing only eight, with five rated critical with two of these affecting Flash Player.
One of the vulnerabilities patched in Adobe's most recent software update was a flaw in the JPEG decoder and parser of Adobe Acrobat Reader, which could have been exploited to execute code remotely.
Adobe will be paying $12 million to 15 states to settle a breach claim.
A security researcher has disclosed a number of vulnerabilities in Adobe software following the issuing of a hotfix for a problem with Adobe's ColdFusion
Adobe has released security hotfixes for a critical information disclosure vulnerability that exists in ColdFusion versions 10 and 11, across all platforms.
The bug bounty broker Zerodium has offered big bucks to whoever can crack Flash's recent heap isolation security update.
Another emergency patch to guard against exploits in the wild
Facebook has ditched insecure Flash in favour of HTML5 for all its videos but will still use Flash in games, and is working with Adobe to secure technology.
When it comes to fixing vulnerabilities, this week will be hard to beat with just four vendors issuing a total of 273 patches. The big question is does that mean we are getting more, or less, secure?
Adobe on Tuesday released a security update for Shockwave Player that addresses a critical memory corruption vulnerability.
Brian Krebs, the mastermind behind Krebs on Security, has expressed doubts about Adobe's Flash, despite recent patches
Adobe released a hotfix for LiveCycle Data Services, patching a vulnerability that could result in information being disclosed.
Adobe's Flash Player and AIR updates fix 35 bugs, the majority of which could lead to code execution.