A new Adobe Flash Player zero-day flaw is being actively exploited in the wild via the Angler exploit kit, Trend Micro threat analyst Peter Pi has warned.
Adobe made good on its promise to make available by this week a fix for the recently discovered critical zero-day Flash Player vulnerability (CVE-2015-0311) preyed on by the Angler exploit kit.
In the past few days, Google has released information about and proof-of-concept exploit code for three separate zero-day vulnerabilities affecting Apple's OS X operating system.
An exploit for a still officially unconfirmed zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player has been added to the popular Angler exploit kit and is, along with exploits for several other Flash flaws, opening users' Windows machines to the Bedep trojan.
Microsoft has closed a great many flaws, including a 0-day abused by the Sandworm team, in November's Patch Tuesday.
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