Adobe Flash Player (3135782) Security Update from MS

A few days ago, Microsoft has released a Security Update for Adobe Flash Player (3135782), which solved many vulnerabilities of this sof...


A few days ago, Microsoft has released a Security Update for Adobe Flash Player (3135782), which solved many vulnerabilities of this software that has been installed on devices running on Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows RT 8.1, Windows 10 and Windows 10 Version 1511. This security update has fixed many vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player and Microsoft has updated the affected Adobe Flash libraries which were contained within the following web browsers: Internet Explorer 10, 11 and Microsoft Edge.
According to Microsoft, a vulnerability which is exploited “could allow code execution without user interaction. These scenarios include self-propagating malware (e.g. network worms), or unavoidable common use scenarios where code execution occurs without warnings or prompts. This could mean browsing to a web page or opening email”. So, according to the Adobe Security Bulletin APSB16-04, here are the vulnerabilities that this security update has addressed:
CVE-2016-0964
CVE-2016-0965
CVE-2016-0966
CVE-2016-0967
CVE-2016-0968
CVE-2016-0969
CVE-2016-0970
CVE-2016-0971
CVE-2016-0972
CVE-2016-0973
CVE-2016-0974
CVE-2016-0975
CVE-2016-0976
CVE-2016-0977
CVE-2016-0978
CVE-2016-0979
CVE-2016-0980
CVE-2016-0981
CVE-2016-0982
CVE-2016-0983
CVE-2016-0984
CVE-2016-0985
Here’s the list of software versions or editions that have been affected. The critical vulnerabilities that could have allowed remote code execution are:
– Windows 8.1for 32-bit Systems, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows 8.1 for x64-based Systems, update replaced 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows RT 8.1, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows 10 for 32-bit Systems, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows 10 for x64-based Systems, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows 10 Version 1511 for 32-bit Systems, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801.
Two moderate vulnerabilities have been patched as well:
– Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801;
– Windows Server 2012 R2, update replaced: 3133431 in SA2755801.
The Microsoft Patch Tuesday February 2016 updates can be downloaded and installed using Windows Update. So, the Windows 7 users will click the Start button, then they’ll select All Programs > Windows Update > Check for updates.
The Windows 8 users will click the Search icon which is located in the upper right-hand corner of the Start screen. They’ll write Windows Update and from the search results, they’ll choose Check for updates.
The Windows 10 users will click on the Start button and in the Windows search bar from the right side they’ll type in Windows Update and click the Check for updates link.

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