Adobe Patches 12 Critical Flash Player Security Flaws
Several memory corruption vulnerabilities, the company says, could lead to code execution.
Adobe has released a Flash Player update that fixes 12 critical vulnerabilities.
"The memory corruption vulnerabilities allowed attackers to inject malicious code on computers; visiting a specially crafted web page is all that is required to become a victim," The H Security reports. "When Internet Explorer is used, attackers can exploit a further hole to bypass the cross-domain policy."
"It is recommended that all users should update to the latest version 220.127.116.11 of Flash immediately to protect their systems," the article states.
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