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VU#918568: Adobe Flash ActionScript 3 BitmapData use-after-free vulnerability 0

VU#918568: Adobe Flash ActionScript 3 BitmapData use-after-free vulnerability

Vulnerability Note VU#918568 Adobe Flash ActionScript 3 BitmapData use-after-free vulnerability Original Release date: 12 Jul 2015 | Last revised: 12 Jul 2015 Overview Adobe Flash Player contains a vulnerability in the ActionScript 3 BitmapData object, which can allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable system. Description Adobe Flash Player versions 9.0 through version 18.0.0.204 contain a use-after-free vulnerability in the AS3 BitmapData class

VU#338736: Adobe Flash ActionScript 3 opaqueBackground use-after-free vulnerability 0

VU#338736: Adobe Flash ActionScript 3 opaqueBackground use-after-free vulnerability

Vulnerability Note VU#338736 Adobe Flash ActionScript 3 opaqueBackground use-after-free vulnerability Original Release date: 11 Jul 2015 | Last revised: 11 Jul 2015 Overview Adobe Flash Player contains a vulnerability in the ActionScript 3 opaqueBackground property, which can allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable system. Description Adobe Flash Player versions 9.0 through version 18.0.0.203 contain a use-after-free vulnerability in the AS3 opaqueBackground class .

VU#561288: Adobe Flash ActionScript 3 ByteArray use-after-free vulnerability 0

VU#561288: Adobe Flash ActionScript 3 ByteArray use-after-free vulnerability

Vulnerability Note VU#561288 Adobe Flash ActionScript 3 ByteArray use-after-free vulnerability Original Release date: 07 Jul 2015 | Last revised: 07 Jul 2015 Overview Adobe Flash Player contains a vulnerability in the ActionScript 3 ByteArray class, which can allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable system. Description Adobe Flash Player versions 9.0 through version 18.0.0.194 contain a use-after-free vulnerability in the AS3 ByteArray class .

Hack in Paris 2015 0

Hack in Paris 2015

It was my first time at Hack in Paris, with a single track of talks, but definetely good ones. I'll be highlighting below what struck me the most. You don't hear me but your phones voice interface does (José Lopes Esteves, Chaouki Kas…

Why We Encrypt 0

Why We Encrypt

Encryption protects our data. It protects our data when it’s sitting on our computers and in data centers, and it protects it when it’s being transmitted around the Internet. It protects our conversations, whether video, voice, or text.