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Adobe Patches 12 Critical Flash Player Security Flaws

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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 11.1.102.55 of Flash immediately to protect their systems," the article states.

Go to "Adobe closes 12 critical holes in Flash" to read the details.

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