Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1131 Adobe patches 52 vulnerabilities in Flash Player
Adobe today pushed out an updated Flash Player that patched 52 vulnerabilities, most of which led to remote code execution on compromised machines.

The 52 flaws represent one of the biggest security updates in Flash this year, in what has been a busy time around the beleaguered software. Already, Adobe has had to push out emergency updates addressing zero day vulnerabilities under attack by criminals and APT attackers.

None of the flaws patched today are currently under attack in the wild.
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#1134 Little Snitch bug leaves some Mac systems open to attack
#1133 Ranscam ransomware deletes victims’ files outright
#1132 xDedic hacked server market resurfaces on Tor domain
#1131 Adobe patches 52 vulnerabilities in Flash Player
#1130 Ransomware 'stopped' by new software
#1129 Billion-dollar scams: The numbers behind BEC fraud
#1128 Now it’s easy to see if leaked passwords work on other sites
#1127 Serious flaw fixed in widely used WordPress plug-in
#1126 How to hack mobile devices using YouTube videos
#1125 BMW Core Web Portal & ConnectedDrive - exploitation of car configurations
#1124 MIT researchers devise new anonymity network following Tor bug
#1123 Google to train 2 million Indian Android developers
#1122 Jigsaw ransomware decrypted, again
#1121 Cisco unveils three DNA network security technologies
#1120 Cisco bolsters cloud security offering with new solutions
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