A new Adobe Flash zero-day exploit that works through a Microsoft Office document and delivers the latest version of the FinSpy malware as its final payload has been identified by security vendor Kaspersky Lab.
For once, Microsoft's patching of 48 vulnerabilities as part of its monthly security updates was overshadowed by another company indulging in a similar exercise.
Microsoft has issued patches for 48 vulnerabilities in Windows and other products as part of its usual monthly security update, but did not fix a zero-day flaw known as SMBloris that was disclosed to the company in June.
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