Adobe updates Shockwave

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Adobe on Tuesday released a new Shockwave Player version to address a “critical” vulnerability that could allow an attacker to remotely take control of an affected system. The vulnerability affects Shockwave Player and all earlier versions running on the Windows platform. Adobe recommended users install the updated version, The US-CERT also encouraged users to upgrade. — AM
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