Less than a month after Adobe patched the previous zero-day flaw, Flash is being exploited by a virtually identical zero-day exploit.
Adobe today announced software to develop, test and deploy mobile applications on devices running Android, BlackBerry and Apple's iOS.
Don't write Adobe's obituary just yet. Creative Suite 5.5 does an admirable job of straddling the line between traditional Adobe tools and emerging Web and mobile platforms.
Adobe is unleashing updates today for Flash Player, Acrobat, and Reader to fix a zero-day bug in Flash being exploited in attacks.
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Google on Tuesday updated Chrome, patching a flaw in the browser's copy of Flash Player.
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Adobe today confirmed that attackers are exploiting an unpatched bug in Flash Player using Microsoft Excel documents.
Adobe reports attacks exploiting a zero-day flaw in Adobe Flash which also impacts Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader software.