Adobe tells computer users to protect themselves against "targeted attacks" that are being "exploited in the wild".
And that means patching Adobe Flash. Again.
David Schwartzberg is this week's guest on the Chet Chat to talk about the data breach at Global Payments, a new Mac botnet and Flash Player updating. David also explained the new AES-NI encryption acceleration in Intel chips and a new way to safely store files in the cloud.
Adobe has released a critical out-of-band patch for Flash Player. Be sure to update as soon as possible.
Adobe has scheduled a critical security update for Flash Player later today, protecting users against an important universal cross-site scripting attack that is being exploited in the wild.
It doesn't matter if you run Windows, Mac, Linux, Solaris or even Android.. it's time to update Adobe Flash.
Adobe has released an advisory warning users about a new zero day flaw in their ubiquitous Flash Player software. Watch out for malicious Word documents, especially if you work for the US government or related industries.
This week's Chet Chat discusses the recent breach of RSA Security, advice from RIM on securing your BlackBerries post Pwn2Own and Google's speedy security updates to their Chrome web browser. Settle in for 10 minutes and keep up on the latest security news,
Sophos Security Chet Chat 45 covers the week's security news including Google Chrome's "Do Not Track" feature, Apple's new CISO, government web credentials for sale and Nicolas Sarkozy's hacked Facebook profile.
Listen to Tony and Chet talk about Apple, FireSheep, Anatomy of an Attack and Application Control on this week's Chet Chat.
Apple today released version 10.6.4 of its OS X Snow Leopard operating system. As is usual with Apple patches the size and quantity of items patched is quite large. On my test Mac Mini system, you can see in the Read more…
Update: I received a response from @bradarkin Adobe's Director of Product Security and Privacy with corrections to my post. I was unaware of some details and fortunately Brad set me straight. Updates will be noted in-line. If I had a Read more…
It's not clear if Apple was feeling left out with all the attention being given to a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Explorer, but they have issued a security update for users of their Mac OS X operating system. 2010's Read more…
After the better part of a week it seems we are still finding warts in Apple's newest operating system release, Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Graham Cluley made a video this morning about his discovery that Adobe Flash player can Read more…
Following increasing concern about hackers taking advantage of security vulnerabilities in Adobe's PDF-reading software, the company has announced that it will be making security updates available on a regular schedule.