Adobe Patches Two Security Flaws in Flash Player
The flaws are described as Priority 2 vulnerabilities.
Adobe recently released emergency fixes for two critical Adobe Flash Player vulnerabilities.
"The vulnerabilities, if left unpatched, could allow an attacker to take control of a system running a vulnerable version of Flash Player," writes Threatpost's Paul Roberts.
"The company said that the holes were Priority 2 vulnerabilities, and said it did not know of any active attacks leveraging the vulnerabilities," Roberts writes.
Go to "Adobe Issues Emergency Fix For Flash Player Vulnerabilities" to read the details.
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