Today Adobe issued Security Bulletin APSB16-08, which is an Adobe Flash update that fixes 23 reported vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities are all critical as they could potentially allow an attacker to take control of an affected system.  Adobe is also aware of a report that an exploit for CVE-2016-101 is being used in limited, targeted attacks.  

The CVE identifiers fixed by this update are CVE-2016-0960, CVE-2016-0961, CVE-2016-0962, CVE-2016-0963, CVE-2016-0986, CVE-2016-0987, CVE-2016-0988, CVE-2016-0989, CVE-2016-0990, CVE-2016-0991, CVE-2016-0992, CVE-2016-0993, CVE-2016-0994, CVE-2016-0995, CVE-2016-0996, CVE-2016-0997, CVE-2016-0998, CVE-2016-0999, CVE-2016-1000, CVE-2016-1001, CVE-2016-1002, CVE-2016-1005, CVE-2016-1010.

Product Updated Versions Platform Availability
Adobe Flash Player Desktop Runtime Windows and Macintosh

Flash Player Download Center

Flash Player Distribution

Adobe Flash Player Extended Support Release Windows and Macintosh Extended Support
Adobe Flash Player for Google Chrome Windows, Macintosh, Linux and ChromeOS    Google Chrome Releases
Adobe Flash Player for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11 Windows 10 Microsoft Security Advisory
Adobe Flash Player for Internet Explorer 11 Windows 8.1 Microsoft Security Advisory
Adobe Flash Player for Linux Linux Flash Player Download Center
AIR Desktop Runtime Windows and Macintosh AIR Download Center
AIR SDK Windows, Macintosh, Android and iOS AIR SDK Download
AIR SDK & Compiler Windows, Macintosh, Android and iOS AIR SDK Download
AIR for Android Android Google Play Store

It is strongly recommended that all users update their browser, if Flash is bundled, or the Flash program itself.

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