Earlier this week, Adobe patched a vulnerability in Flash Player that allows an attacker to use malicious Flash files to leak Windows credentials.
Moments ago, Adobe released its monthly security bulletins and this month the company addressed security flaws in products such as Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Adobe Experience Manager (enterprise CMS), and Adobe Digital Editions (e-book reader).
A petition on GitHub is asking Adobe to release Flash into the hands of the open-source community. Finnish developer Juha Lindstedt started the petition a day after Adobe announced plans to end Flash support by the end of 2020.
Minutes ago, Adobe released two security bulletins containing patches for two products: Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Connect — Adobe's web conferencing platform.
Today, Adobe has released two security advisories affecting two of its products, Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Experience Manager Forms, the latter being an application part of the Adobe Marketing Cloud service for, a collection of integrated online marketing and Web analytics products.
Earlier today, Adobe has released security patches for several of its applications, including Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Campaign, Adobe Photoshop CC, the Creative Cloud Desktop Application, and Adobe Acrobat and Reader.
Adobe has released updates for Adobe Flash Player, Digital Editions, & Campaign that fix a total of 24 security vulnerabilities, with half of them being in Adobe Flash Player. As many of these vulnerabilities are rated as Critical, it is strongly advised that anyone using these products immediately update them to the latest version.
Adobe released yesterday Acrobat Reader DC 15.023.20053 that included fixes for 29 security issues. Along with the security fixes, this update package also silently installs the Adobe Acrobat extension into the user's Chrome web browser.
Adobe has released updates for Adobe Acrobat, Reader, and Flash that resolve a total of 42 security vulnerabilities. As many of these vulnerabilities are rated as Critical, it is strongly advised that anyone using these products immediately update them to the latest version.
Adobe released today Flash Player 24 for Linux, after previously abandoning the application without explanation in 2012. Flash Player for Linux is now on par with Windows and Mac releases on version 24, after spending the last few years stuck at version 11.2 and only receiving small patches and security fixes, but no new features.