Adobe has been dealt a heavy blow after the Hacking Team data dump produced three Flash Player zero-day exploits and they begun being exploited in the wild.
Adobe has released new versions of Flash Player, Shockwave Player and Acrobat and Reader, all of which fix critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.
For the last few years, many security experts have been urging users to evaluate whether they actually need to use Adobe Flash.
Exploits for two more Adobe Flash 0-days have been found in the leaked Hacking Team data.
The Adobe Flash zero-day (CVE-2015-5119) exploit found in the Hacking Team's leaked data has already been added to several exploit kits, but Trend Micro researchers have found evidence of it being used before the data was leaked.
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