Thursday, 16 May 2013

Adobe Patches Security And Critical Vulnerabilities !



Adobe unlocks new versions of Flash Player and Air for various platforms. With the updates, the company includes a check to numerous critical vulnerabilities. With the May Patch Tuesday replaced the Adobe Flash Player version 11.7.700.169 through 11.7.700.202 version number (for Windows and Mac). Linux users also benefit from a patch, current version: 11.2.202.285. The Google Chrome browser automatically receives the latest flash player version with the next update of its own. Windows 8 also ensures that Internet Explorer 10 with the next version of the program only receives the Flash Player updates. For users of an Android device is also (OS version 2.x, 3.x, 4.x) a patch is available. Adobe updates by eliminating numerous critical vulnerabilities that allowed attackers to inject malicious code. Likewise, the software maker for the platform-independent runtime environment Air patches. Here users of all platforms should perform the upgrade on the version 3.7.0.1860 3.7.0.1530. Also, the SDK version (Software Developer Kit) gets missed an update. The Adobe Reader is available in versions 9, 10 and 11 in circulation - for all three there are updates. Once again vulnerabilities in its programs were known, Adobe decided to release updates for Adobe Reader, Flash Player & Co. at a fixed date. The choice fell on the second Tuesday of each month - that's Microsoft Patch Tuesday.

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