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Adobe Flash Player Multiple Vulnerabilities

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Release Date:  2010-06-05    Last Update:  2010-06-28    Views:  80,925

Secunia Advisory SA40026

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Description


Some vulnerabilities have been reported in Adobe Flash Player, which can be exploited by malicious people to conduct cross-site scripting attacks or compromise a user's system


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Subject: Adobe Flash Player Multiple Vulnerabilities

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motty

RE: Adobe Flash Player AVM2 "newfunction()" Method Handling Vulnerability
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TiMow RE: Adobe Flash Player AVM2 "newfunction()" Method Handling Vulnerability
Dedicated Contributor 8th Jun, 2010 10:52
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Hi motty

By making a comment after a Secunia Advisory, creates a thread under the Vulnerabilities sub-heading, where a lot of members are reluctant to post replies, due to negative scoring and post minimising.
It is always better to create your own thread, under one of the other sub-headings (despite comments/replies being invited after an Advisory).

However your action is correct (and is the same as I and others have done).

As this RC7 Flash is still release candidate and not full release version update, PSI recognises this as secure under patched, but only as a workaround under secure browsing (and not a full solution), hence the browser boxes still showing red.

Both Secunia and Adobe report the latest RC7 flash as not effected by the vulnerability - so you should be secure, despite the PSI reporting conflicts.

One further point - perhaps here is not the best place to promote non-related links.

TiMow

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motty

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Joseph Johnson

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TiMow

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HamitOzen RE: Adobe Flash Player AVM2 "newfunction()" Method Handling Vulnerability
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Step by step and very detailed analysis of this vulnerability exists here:

https://www.rafzar.com/node/20
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