Adobe patched 59 vulnerabilities across five different products, including Flash Player, Acrobat/Reader, Photoshop, Adobe Campaign, and its Adobe Creative Cloud App on Tuesday.
As part of Patch Tuesday Adobe patched a zero-day vulnerability in Flash Player the company claims is being used in targeted attacks against Internet Explorer users on Windows.
Starting next year, Firefox users who navigate to pages that contain Flash will be asked their consent before activating the plugin. The move, long expected, comes as developers seek to curb usage of Flash in everyday web browsing.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including a password issue at Github, the xDedic marketplace, and another Flash zero day.
Google has announced that hacker-favorite Adobe Flash Player will no longer, as of Q4, be the default in Chrome. Instead, Chrome will default to HTML5.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including zero day vulnerabilities–both in Adobe Flash and Windows, a nasty vulnerability in SAP business applications, Mozilla asking FBI to disclose a Tor exploit, and more.
Adobe pushed out 95 fixes for Acrobat, Reader, and ColdFusion on Tuesday and simultaneously warned about a zero day vulnerability in Flash it plans to patch on Thursday.
Tencent Security Team Sniper (KeenLab and PC Manager) takes top honors and is Master of Pwn for Pwn2Own 2016 earning $142,500.