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Adobe Flash Player updates released for all platforms

Adobe has released a warning for Flash Player 10.3.181.16 and earlier versions for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Solaris, and Adobe Flash Player 10.3.185.22 and earlier versions for Android. These versions are affected by a cross-site scripting vulnerability (CVE-2011-2107)  which could be used … Continue reading

Security Updates for Flash Player and Chrome

Google just updated the Chrome web browser to version 11.0.696.68. The new release fixes at least two security vulnerabilities. The article from the Google Chrome Release Blog with details about the changes disappeared again unfortunately. Additionally, the integrated Flash Player … Continue reading

The Update Wave is rolling

Today some updates need attention – they fix critical security issues and should be installed immediately! The update reign starts off with Apple. Critical security vulnerabilities are closed within the Safari web browser 5.0.5 – they allowed cyber criminals to … Continue reading

Many Updates: Flash Player, Mac OS X, Firefox

Today is a busy day for those who want to keep their computers secure: Many updates are available, from Adobes Flash Player over Apples Mac OS X operating system to the Firefox webbrowser. There is a security vulnerability in Flash … Continue reading

Google faster than Adobe

This is something new: Google managed to release a new Chrome version 10.0.648.134 for Windows, Mac and Linux. It only includes a new version of the Flash Player where the recently found zero day vulnerability is already fixed. This is … Continue reading

Critical Adobe Flaw without Patch

A vulnerability within the current versions of Adobe Flash Player on all supported platforms has been found, warns the company. Affected are not only the Flash Player installations, but also Adobe Reader and Acrobat via the “authplay.dll” Flash Player integration. … Continue reading

Busy Patchday: Updates for almost everything

Today seems to be administrators nightmare day: Not only Microsoft released the announced updates on the regular Patch Tuesday, but also Adobe for Reader and Flash Player and Google for the Chrome web browser. And even worse, this doesn’t make … Continue reading

Record Patchday

Just as announced last Friday, the Redmond company released 14 security bulletins dealing with 34 vulnerabilities within the Windows operating systems and further Microsoft software on the August 2010 patchday – never before so many security bulletins were released on … Continue reading

Zero-Day Acrobat Exploit – In The Wild

Adobe released a security advisory and announced a zero-day exploit found in specific Adobe Flash Player versions. The vulnerability (CVE-2010-1297) could be used to run arbitrary code. This means that the malicious files could be downloaded or dropped on the … Continue reading

Adobe-Patches are out

As announced, Adobe released the first updates for the critical security vulnerabilities in its products already. The first update is for Adobe Flash-Player – the new version 10.0.32.18 is supposed to close the security hole in the software. You can … Continue reading