So earlier this month there was a major Adobe hack and the source code for a couple of it’s mainstream products (Acrobat Reader, ColdFusion and ColdFusion Builder) was leaked and downloaded, most likely in it’s entirety. There was a bit of a panic surrounding this as the software is used by a lot of major [...]
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There’s been a lot of news about this Adobe Flash Player vulnerability as apparently it has been exploited in the wild and Adobe were willing to push out an out-of-band patch for it – which means in their eyes it is really serious. They don’t have a great reputation for testing their software before releasing [...]
With all the new vulnerabilities with working exploits pouring out of Pwn2Own, I can’t say I expected to see another 0-day in Adobe Flash outside of the contest. It wasn’t that long ago (back in October 2010) when there was another Critical 0-day Vulnerability In Adobe Flash Player, Reader & Acrobat and Adobe were scrambling [...]
Well this seems to be a frequently recurring theme, yes there is yet another critical 0day vulnerability in Adobe products – pretty much across the board this time. It was that long ago that a critical flaw in Flash put Android phones at risk. The core vulnerability exists in Flash but it’s being actively exploited [...]