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Adobe Patches Critical Code Execution Flaws in Flash, Framemaker

Adobe Patches Critical Code Execution Flaws in Flash, Framemaker

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In Flash Player, for which Adobe plans on providing security updates only until the end of the year, the company patched a critical use-after-free bug that can allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code in the context of the current user.

A patch for this vulnerability is included in Flash Player, including for Chrome, Edge and Internet Explorer.

In its Framemaker document processor, Adobe fixed three critical vulnerabilities, including two out-of-bounds write issues that allow arbitrary code execution, and a memory corruption bug that can also be exploited for code execution.

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