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An Adobe Flash Player exploit has reappeared after it was thought to be mitigated in a recent patch. What's the risk for users of this popular program?
Researchers recently found that the latest version of the Kovter malware is updating Adobe Flash Player as part of a click-fraud scam.
Adobe recently issued a patch to address a vulnerability in its popular Flash Player. If not fixed, users could be the target of cybercriminals.
All four major browsers were hacked by security researchers at the Pwn2Own competition, which is designed to encourage responsible bug disclosures.
According to Google's Project Zero, an Adobe Reader bug has been around for months, raising questions about how well Adobe addressed this vulnerability.