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jtjt00 RE: Adobe Flash Player ByteArray Object Use-After-Free Vulnerability
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Adobe already releases version 18.0.0.203 to fix the issue???
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ELBE RE: Adobe Flash Player ByteArray Object Use-After-Free Vulnerability
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while the Flash Player update download page _https://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/distrib... still references in text to v18.0.0.194 the file version of the *.exe files already states v18.0.0.203
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mtodorov RE: Adobe Flash Player ByteArray Object Use-After-Free Vulnerability
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on 8th Jul, 2015 14:13, jtjt00 wrote:
Adobe already releases version 18.0.0.203 to fix the issue???


Yes, it is true, but last two fixes turned out "zero day" exloits; both 18.0.0.160 and 18.0.0.194 ...

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steffens RE: Adobe Flash Player ByteArray Object Use-After-Free Vulnerability
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Adobe is well-known for its botched rollout process.

At every new release, there's a period of several hours before all the pages, links and files have been updated worldwide to be consistent with one another. Poor CDN management policies, most likely.

You just have to be patient, and all will be well again. Until the next release, that is.
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