Posts Tagged ‘Flash-exploits’

Hacking Team hackedHacking news 2015: The Hacking Team Hacking – Latest news

Recall, July 5, unknown hackers have broken into the computer network of the company and abducted more than 400 GB of corporate data.

Stolen information includes corporate documents, source code, and even, as it became known, a few exploits for zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Flash. Also, hackers managed to hack the official Hacking Team account in Twitter.

Hacking Team’s CEO David Vincenzetti issued a new statement promising that the company plans to deliver the recovered version of Galileo Remote Control System (Galileo, is the advanced and sophisticated spyware tool) and internal infrastructure to replace products that have been compromised in the cyber attacks. (more…)

Adobe FlashInternet Explorer 10 in Windows 8 is the second browser after Chrome, for which Flash Player is included in the browser automatically updates.

In theory, this should improve the safety of the users, if one of the most sensitive programs in the system will be updated automatically. But in practice, things are somewhat different.

14 and August 21, Adobe released two update for Flash Player, which cover eight vulnerabilities, some of which have a maximum risk status (“1” in the classification of Adobe). One of the vulnerabilities described in the bulletin APSB12-19, for almost two years, being exploited as effectively exploit 0-day. (more…)