Windows 10: Flash zero-day flaw under attack to spread ad malware...

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       02 Feb 2015 #31

    It only took a few days ...


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    Adobe has fixed the exploit in 16.0.0.287 and new version to be release real soon.
    Since we are talking about Adobe, have they fixed the exploits in 16.0.0.296?
    What exploits are in 16.0.0.296?
    I must have forgot to add the appropriate Smiley.

    It's Adobe.
    The next version is going to be just like all of the previous versions (e.g. "Swiss Cheese").
    I had two thoughts on your comment:

    1) you were confused about the exploits
    2) you were making a statement about Adobe.

    Seems #2 applies.
    It only took a few days for this version to fail.

    New Flash zero-day targets Windows, Mac users
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  2.    03 Feb 2015 #32

    Great for the pro black-hats that modern browsers provide them with easy portability of their wares. Apple fanfolk are just incredulous that something has the AUDACITY to infect their perfect systems.

    Another reason why IE## inability to implement "Click-to-play" object selectivity is in/of itself a vulnerability. Firefox and Chrome got your back, if you're motivated to implement.
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