GET YOUR UPDATE HAT ON, Adobe has released a Flash patch package that really deserves your attention.
This is the latest salvo from the firm, and the advice so far is to drop everything and apply it immediately. Out-of-band releases are always interesting, and the suggestion is that the fix is a rush job to deal with some particularly nasty threats.
"If you're running Adobe Flash on your Windows, Mac or Linux computer - it's time, once again, to make sure that you're running the latest version of the software. Adobe has issued a security patch for the Flash Player tackling critical security holes that could allow a malicious hacker to gain access to your computer, infect it with malware and steal your data," said security guru Graham Cluley.
"Most of the nearly two dozen vulnerabilities patched in Adobe's latest update could be exploited to execute malicious code on victims' computers, and relate to buffer overflow flaws, memory corruption and stack corruption. Windows and Mac users are advised to update at the earliest opportunity."
Chrome has already been updated to the latest version on my computer.
Edited by JohnC_21, 22 September 2015 - 01:25 PM.