Adobe issues fix for Flash flaw allowing attackers to remotely control Windows, OS X, and Linux computers

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Adobe today released a security bulletin addressing a critical vulnerability (CVE-2014-0515) in its Flash product that could allow an attacker to remotely take control of an affected system. The company says it is aware of reports that the security hole is being exploited in the wild for Windows machines, but notes Macs and Linux computers are also vulnerable. Affected versions include Flash Player and earlier versions for Windows, Flash Player and earlier versions for Mac, as well as Flash Player and earlier versions for Linux. As such, Adobe recommends that users update their product installations to the...

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