Alert

Critical Security Update for Adobe Flash Player (APSB15-23)

Release date: September 21, 2015

Vulnerability identifier: APSB15-23

Priority: See Bulletin

CVE numbers: CVE-2015-5567, CVE-2015-5568, CVE-2015-5570, CVE-2015-5571, CVE-2015-5572, CVE-2015-5573, CVE-2015-5574, CVE-2015-5575, CVE-2015-5576, CVE-2015-5577, CVE-2015-5578, CVE-2015-5579, CVE-2015-5580, CVE-2015-5581, CVE-2015-5582, CVE-2015-5584, CVE-2015-5587, CVE-2015-5588, CVE-2015-6676, CVE-2015-6677, CVE-2015-6678, CVE-2015-6679, CVE-2015-6682

Platform: All Platforms

Summary:

Adobe has released security updates for Adobe Flash Player. These updates address critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.

Affected Versions, Solutions and Vulnerability Details included in the Bulletin :
https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/flash-player/apsb15-23.html
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Related:

Adobe Flash Patch, Plus Shockwave Shocker
http://krebsonsecurity.com/2015/09/adobe-flash-patch-plus-shockwave-shocker/

Adobe Patches 23 Critical Vulnerabilities in Flash Player
https://threatpost.com/adobe-patches-23-critical-vulnerabilities-in-flash-player/114740/
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