Adobe Patches Critical Security Vulnerabilities
According to the APSB10-12 security bulletin, 18 of the 21 flaws affect the Shockwave Player.
Adobe has released patches for at least 21 security vulnerabilities in Shockwave and ColdFusion.
"According to the APSB10-12 security bulletin, 18 of the 21 flaws affected the Shockwave Player, a free software product that lets users view rich-media content on the web," writes threatpost's Ryan Naraine.
"The second bulletin (APSB10-11) is rated 'important' and fixes three flaws that could lead to cross-site scripting and information disclosure issues," Naraine writes.
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May 07, 2010
The company will fix vulnerabilities in Windows and Office on May 11.