Adobe patches Shockwave Player, ColdFusion

Adobe on Tuesday issued an update to its Shockwave Player to close 18 "critical" vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers to run malware on victims' machines, according to a security bulletin. In addition, the company also pushed out an update for ColdFusion, a web application development platform, to rectify three "important" vulnerabilities which could result in cross-site scripting and information disclosure, a second bulletin said. None of the flaws are being actively exploited, an Adobe spokeswoman said. — DK
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