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+ - Adobe Flash exploit could log keystrokes

Submitted by Kenyon Lessi
Kenyon Lessi (666) writes "Adobe has issued three critical security updates, one of which is designed to stop a problem in the way the Flash player interacts with browsers, which could result in users' keystrokes being transmitted to attackers. The problem affect Adobe Flash Player version 9.0.45.0, 8.0.34.0 and 7.0.69.0, as well as their earlier versions running on all platforms."
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Adobe Flash exploit could log keystrokes

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