Adobe patches two Flash Player zero day holes
Adobe has released security updates for its Flash Player on Windows and Mac OS X to address two critical vulnerabilities. The emergency release was necessary because, Adobe says, both vulnerabilities were being exploited in the wild in attacks on Windows and Mac systems.
Fixes are also available for Linux and Android systems and should be installed as soon as possible, as the vulnerabilities allow attackers to take control of affected systems.
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