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 flaw in Adobe Flash could have allowed hackers to discover Windows user credentials. Hackers can find out user details with this one simple trick.
Adult content site Pornhub announced Tuesday that it will switch from using Flash-based content and instead opt for HTML5.
The top three findings from Trend Micro's TrendLabs six-monthly threat trends are the doubling of ransomware families, geographic spread of business email scams and increasing Flash and IOT vulnerabilities spotted.
The ScarCruft group have left victims all over the world by using a previously unknown zero-day vulnerability in the Adobe Flash Player, according to Kaspersky Lab which has dubbed the attack Operation Daybreak.
Google plans to begin phasing out support for Adobe's Flash Player by the end of this year, the search company announced on a Chromium forum.
Another critical zero day hits Adobe Flash and helps install ransomware - patch released.
The bug bounty broker Zerodium has offered big bucks to whoever can crack Flash's recent heap isolation security update.
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.
Dozens of attacks targeting hundreds of adult sites have been spotted by researchers at Malwarebytes.
Brian Krebs, the mastermind behind Krebs on Security, has expressed doubts about Adobe's Flash, despite recent patches
Hackers who previously exploited vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash have now used advertising on Yahoo's largest websites to distribute malware to billions.
Adobe's Flash Player and AIR updates fix 35 bugs, the majority of which could lead to code execution.
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Security industry calls on organisations to ditch vulnerable browser plug-in as yet another zero-day flaw hits flash
Adobe has been hit by two zero-day flaws in the space of 24 hours, raising questions over the safety of its Flash Player platform which is being heavily targeted by cyber-criminals.
Adobe has released a security update for its Flash Player after reports were made that exploits were available and active.