Adobe Fixes Six Vulnerabilities in Flash, Connect with July Update

July 12, 2017


Adobe fixed six vulnerabilities in two products, one of the company’s smallest security bulletins in recent memory, as part of its regularly scheduled round of updates on Tuesday.

Included are fixes for the company’s Flash Player software platform, including a critical vulnerability (CVE-2017-3099) that could let an attacker execute code remotely. The update, which brings Flash to version across most builds, also addresses an information disclosure bug and a memory address disclosure bug.

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