November 21, 2018 –
Adobe has released a patch to face a critical hole in Flash. This allows attackers to get complete control of a machine.
Adobe Flash is a critical gap that has given the brick the name CVE-2018-15981. The holes attackers can remotely attack a computer and execute the code using the victim's rights. It appears in an Adobe security bulletin, which affects all Flash versions and version 184.108.40.206 version in Windows, MacOS, Linux and Chrome OS systems.
Gap is particularly serious because the attackers get full control of the computer with the user's administrative rights in the affected computer. Adobe has released a patch with version 220.127.116.11, now available for download.