Adobe has pushed out new versions of Flash Player for Windows, Mac and Linux, as a newly discovered zero-day vulnerability affecting the software is being actively exploited in the wild.
Day two of the Pwn2Own hacking contest at the CanSecWest Conference in Vancouver has ended with Safari, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Flash going down.
Adobe released their second out-of-band update for Adobe Flash this month.
Microsoft researchers have also recently discovered several attacks in the wild exploiting another Flash Player vulnerability (CVE-2013-5330) on Windows, Linux and OS X.
Adobe has released an emergency patch for a critical vulnerability affecting Flash Player for Windows, Linux and OS X, the exploitation of which can result in an attacker gaining remote control of the victims' systems.
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