Adobe Security Bulletin Summary for November 2014
Date: 11 November 2014
The purpose of this advisory is to bring attention to the Adobe Security Bulletin Summary for November.
Adobe has released the following security bulletin:
APSB14-24 - Security updates available for Adobe Flash Player
Details: These updates address vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.
- Adobe Flash Player 184.108.40.206 and earlier versions
- Adobe Flash Player 220.127.116.11 and earlier 13.x versions
- Adobe Flash Player 18.104.22.1681 and earlier versions for Linux
- Adobe AIR desktop runtime 22.214.171.1243 and earlier versions
- Adobe AIR SDK 126.96.36.1992 and earlier versions
- Adobe AIR SDK & Compiler 188.8.131.522 and earlier versions
- Adobe AIR 184.108.40.2063 and earlier versions for Android
CVE References: CVE-2014-0573, CVE-2014-0574, CVE-2014-0576, CVE-2014-0577, CVE-2014-0581, CVE-2014-0582, CVE-2014-0583, CVE-2014-0584, CVE-2014-0585, CVE-2014-0586, CVE-2014-0588, CVE-2014-0589, CVE-2014-0590, CVE-2014-8437, CVE-2014-8438, CVE-2014-8440, CVE-2014-8441, CVE-2014-8442
CCIRC recommends that system administrators test and deploy the vendor-released updates to affected applications accordingly.
Note to Readers
In support of Public Safety's mission to build a safe and resilient Canada, CCIRC's mandate is to help ensure the security and resilience of the vital non-federal government cyber systems that underpin Canada's national security, public safety and economic prosperity. As Canada's computer security incident response team, CCIRC is Canada's national coordination centre for the prevention and mitigation of, preparedness for, response to, and recovery from cyber incidents on non-federal government systems. It does this by providing authoritative advice and support, and coordinating information sharing and incident response.
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