Two security flaws were recently uncovered in Adobe's Flash Player that can be used to execute arbitrary code remotely.
"The security flaws were discovered by Russian vulnerability research firm Intevydis, which integrated exploits for them in its Vulndisco module for Immunity Canvas, a popular penetration-testing application," writes Computerworld's Lucian Constantin.
"Adobe hasn't issued an advisory for these two vulnerabilities yet and it didn't immediately return a request for comment," Constantin writes.
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