It’s great that Adobe has fixed the latest vulnerability in Flash, which was being actively exploited by online criminals.
But what are you doing to reduce the risk before the *next* flaw is found?
Adobe has warned that online criminals are attacking Internet Explorer and Firefox users via an as-yet-unpatched zero day vulnerability in Adobe Flash.
Do you know how to enable Click to Play in your browser to protect yourself?
xHamster, one of the world’s most visited adult video websites, has been caught serving up malware-laced adverts to unsuspecting punters.
Ahead of schedule, Adobe begins to automatically update Flash against another actively-exploited security hole.
Two critical security vulnerabilities, being actively exploited by online criminals, have been discovered in Adobe Flash.
There has been a patch released for one of them, but not the other one…
You can stop holding your breath now, the wait is over.
Adobe has released security updates for Acrobat and its PDF Reader software fixing critical vulnerabilities in its Windows and Mac software.
It’s that time of the month again.
Make sure your computers are properly patched, with the latest security fixes from Microsoft and Adobe.
Computer users urged to update installations of Adobe Flash Player to mitigate against threat.
Google fixes its websites, and Twitter engineers admit their weekend was “ruined” as they rolled out a patch.
A critical security vulnerability has been found in Adobe Reader for Android, which could lead to remote hackers compromising documents stored on your Android device and its SD memory card.
Anyone who bought LaCie products in the last year could be at risk as hackers accessed customer names, contact details, payment card details and possibly usernames and passwords.
Another Patch Tuesday, means another round of security updates from Microsoft and Adobe, designed to fix critical vulnerabilities in their software.
What are you waiting for?
Adobe Flash users are once again being told they need to update their software, after a new zero-day exploit was discovered.
The critical security flaw in in Adobe Flash Player was uncovered after hackers targeted visitors to a number of different foreign and economic policy websites dealing with matters of national security.
A critical vulnerability has been discovered in Adobe Flash, which is being exploited by online criminals.
Computer users are advised to patch their systems now.
There’s no time to waste.
If you are responsible for one of the many millions of computers around the world running Adobe software, you need to make sure that the latest security updates are being installed.
Later today, Tuesday 14 January, Microsoft will be releasing its first bunch of scheduled security patches for 2014.
And the good news is that it’s – by normal standards – not too huge, making life that little bit less arduous for IT teams and system administrators around the world.
Security researcher Sorin Mustaca identifies some of the biggest security threats of 2013, and what you need to do to protect against them.