Adobe issues emergency update for Flash
Adobe issued an emergency update to its Flash Player to fix two zero-day threats, the company announced yesterday. The updates affect all versions of Flash on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android.
The vulnerabilities currently are being exploited “in the wild,” says Adobe’s blog on the patches. According to the Kaspersky ThreatPost blog on the pair of zero-days, one attack targets “aerospace and other manufacturing companies” by tricking people into opening a Microsoft Word document with malicious Flash content embedded in it. The second zero-day targets Firefox and Safari on Mac OS X by tricking you into visiting Web sites hosting malicious Flash content, and it aims at Windows users by way of a Microsoft Word attachment delivered via e-mail.
Adobe listed on its blog the affected versions of Flash, and it recommended actions to take. Apple iOS is not affected, since it has never been compatible with Flash.
Adobe recommends users update their product installations to the latest versions:
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