Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Flash update for Windows and Mac




The company releases associate update to patch a vulnerability that might permit hackers to remotely take charge of users' computers

Adobe is recommending that users update their Flash Players directly -- particularly people who frequent Google Chrome and net somebody. the corporate free associate emergency security bulletin on weekday that addresses vulnerabilities in Flash, that may be exploited by hackers.
"This vulnerability may permit associate offender to remotely take charge of the affected system," Adobe wrote in an exceedingly journal post. "Adobe is alert to reports that associate exploit for this vulnerability exists within the wild, and recommends users apply the updates documented within the security bulletin."
Adobe appointed a Priority one rating to the vulnerabilities being exploited on Windows and Macintosh and suggested users of each operative systems to put in the update. That rating -- Adobe's highest threat level -- identifies "vulnerabilities being targeted, or that have a better risk of being targeted, by exploit(s) within the wild." The bulletin additionally aforesaid that the Flash vulnerability long-faced by Linux users rated a Priority three, that refers to "a product that has traditionally not been a target for attackers."

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