Adobe again released a security update for Flash Player, patching nine remote code execution vulnerabilities. Adobe Connect for Windows was also updated.
Microsoft extended the end of life deadline on EMET to July 2018, but experts say its usefulness as a mitigation toolkit has been limited for some time.
Exploit acquisition company Zerodium announced it would pay up to $100,000 for heap isolation mitigation bypasses against Adobe Flash Player.
A well-known company popular for buying and selling zero-day vulnerabilities is now offering up to $100,000 for providing a working zero-day exploit for bypassing the Flash Player’s Heap Isolation mitigation.
Few months back, Adobe deployed Heap Isolation in Flash version 18.0.0209 with an aim at making the Use-After-Free (UAF) vulnerabilities more difficult for cybercriminals to exploit.