According to an Adobe security advisory, Flash Player suffers from a zero day vulnerability, which attackers are currently leveraging in the wild to execute malicious code on victim computers. It seems like just last month I described this exact same zero day Adobe...
Adobe released a Flash security advisory and updated a Reader security advisory. Both advisories announced Adobe’s plans to fix zero day vulnerabilities in both applications, which attackers are exploiting in the wild.
Mozilla recently released Firefox 3.6, their supposedly their best and most security version of Firefox yet. However, Russian security researchers have already found a mysterious zero day vulnerability that affects this new release.
Today, Microsoft released six security bulletins, fixing at least nine security vulnerabilities in their products. The updates also fix two of the three zero day vulnerabilities that attackers have been actively exploiting in the wild.
Next Tuesday, Microsoft intends to release six security bulletins, three rated Critical. We expect the bulletins to include fixes for two zero day vulnerabilities that attackers are currently exploiting in the wild.