Security firm Trend Micro has identified yet another zero-day vulnerability affecting Adobe Flash, confirmed by Adobe and still unpatched: 1 billion PC users at risk!
After patching one of the Flash zero-day security flaws last week, Adobe has finally issued a patch for the second zero-day flaw that could let attackers take over your computer.
A new zero-day vulnerability targeting Flash-based ads seen when browsing with Internet Explorer and Firefox is actively being exploited by cybercriminals - what can you do?
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