Multiple vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows Adobe Flash Player may cause information disclosure, privilege escalation or security mitigation bypass.
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in various versions of Microsoft Windows Adobe Flash Player which may lead to out-of-bound reads causing disclosure of potentially sensitive information. One of these vulnerabilities may also cause bypassing of Security Mitigations. Moreover, an attacker using a component with a known vulnerability may also lead to privilege escalation.
The five vulnerabilities detected in Microsoft Windows Adobe Flash Player this week include Out-of-bound reads, security bypasses and usage of a component with known vulnerability. These can cause Information disclosure by providing sensitive information to unauthorized people, or may bypass restrictions meant for security mitigation. Usage of known vulnerabilities may also cause privilege escalation.
These vulnerabilities are resolved by updating products to latest versions. Currently, there are no reported exploits for these vulnerabilities. However, for best security measures, Adobe recommends installation of updates within a period of thirty days.
The table below lists the vulnerabilities under consideration in this advisory.
Mentioned versions of the products listed below have been found to be vulnerable.
Apply relevant updates to your system:
It is best to update the running versions of the affected products as per the advisory. Furthermore, if you think you are a victim of a cyber-security attack. Immediately send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for a rapid response.