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  • Microsoft patches IE zero-day and Flash flaws in IE 10

    21.09.2012

    Microsoft has delivered on its promise and has issued a security update for Internet Explorer to address the zero-day memory-corruption vulnerability in versions 9 and earlier that is currently being exploited in attacks.

  • Windows 8 users open to Flash exploits

    10.09.2012

    Users who have downloaded and are using the "Release To Manufacturing" version of Windows 8 or the 90-day trial version of Windows 8 Enterprise should be aware that the Adobe Flash Player version integrated in Internet Explorer 10 hasn't been automatically updated by Microsoft and makes them vulnerable to code execution attacks due to four separate security flaws.

  • Fake Android Flash Player contains malware and adware

    22.08.2012

    Malware peddlers are taking advantage of the fact that Adobe has pulled its Flash Player app from Google Play and decided to concentrate on PC browsing and mobile apps bundled with Adobe AIR, and have begun offering Android malware disguised as the aforementioned legitimate software.

  • Fake Flash update leads to malicious add-ons

    25.06.2012

    Fake Flash update notifications are old news, but users still fall for the trick.

  • Trojan posing as Flash Player for Android

    11.05.2012

    Russian Android users are constantly targeted with Trojans posing as legitimate apps.




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