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Forum Thread: Adobe Flash Player Unspecified Code Execution Vulnerability

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Adobe Flash Player Unspecified Code Execution Vulnerability

Secunia Adobe Flash Player Unspecified Code Execution Vulnerability
Secunia Official 21st Sep, 2010 08:54
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A vulnerability has been reported in Adobe Flash Player, which can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user's system.

The vulnerability is caused due to an unspecified error when parsing Flash content. No more information is currently available.

Successful exploitation allows execution of arbitrary code.

The vulnerability is reported in version 10.1.82.76 and prior.

NOTE: According to the vendor, the vulnerability is currently being actively exploited.

jan.killian RE: Adobe Flash Player Unspecified Code Execution Vulnerability
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The fixed version 10.1.95.1 is released. I'm eager to see how PSI 2 beta will handle the auto update...
http://www.adobe.com/support/security/bulletins/ap...
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jan.killian RE: Adobe Flash Player Unspecified Code Execution Vulnerability
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oops, 10.1.95.1 is the fixed version for Android, on other platforms it's 10.1.85.3
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jan.killian RE: Adobe Flash Player Unspecified Code Execution Vulnerability
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Btw, the autoupdate of with PSI 2 beta worked OK using non-IE version of Flash for Opera/Firefox/Safari.

After starting PSI, it apparently downloaded the updated advisories, marked flash as insecure, started downloading the 10.1.85.3 update for it, and because Opera was started, it just scheduled it to run later. Few mins after quitting Opera, the update was installed. Good job! Thanks!
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Anthony Wells RE: Adobe Flash Player Unspecified Code Execution Vulnerability
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Hello@jan.killian ,

Just to inform you , as a new member of the Community Forum , that this thread in the sub-forum "vulnerabilities" in which you are posting was created by your initial post in the comments section under a specific Secunia Advisory - SA#41434 in this case .

The comments section under a Secunia Advisory is reserved for technical discussions on the vulnerability described in the SA . Your comments are about the auto-update in the PSI Beta which are not actually relevant to the SA .

In future you will get better help/comments if you create your own thread in the relevant sub-forum - see the left hand column of this webpage .

Take care

Anthony


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