Possible vulnerability in Adobe flash 10.2 that allows hacker access

Possible vulnerability in Adobe flash 10.2 that allows hacker access

Posted on April 13th, 2011 by admin

A version of the Adobe Flash Player 10.2 may have a flaw that allows hackers to infiltrate PC’s taking control and crashing systems.

The Flash attacks can be an embedded file in a Microsoft Word document that is sent as an attachment.

Attachments are typical ways hackers gain access to PC’s, many times just piggy backing on a document and then going into attack mode once the document is opened.

Have up to date security protection is vital to system security but also applying good common sense with any attachment is the best method of avoiding infections.

Use your security software to scan attachments BEFORE they are ever opened.

See the full story at “PC Magazine”

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2383488,00.asp