The Register: Adobe Flash zero-day exploit… leveraging ActiveX… embedded in Office Doc… BINGO!

The Register: Adobe Flash zero-day exploit… leveraging ActiveX… embedded in Office Doc… BINGO! . “Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: An Adobe Flash zero-day vulnerability is being actively targeted in the wild to hijack victims’ Windows PCs. Researchers with Gigamon Applied Threat Research (ATR) and Qihoo 360 uncovered a phishing campaign that exploits CVE-2018-15982, prompting Adobe to today release an out-of-band emergency update to patch up the flaw.”

The Register: Did you hear? There’s a critical security hole that lets web pages hijack computers. Of course it’s Adobe Flash’s fault

The Register: Did you hear? There’s a critical security hole that lets web pages hijack computers. Of course it’s Adobe Flash’s fault. Deep sigh. “Adobe has emitted software updates to address a critical vulnerability in Flash Player for Windows, Mac, and Linux. PC owners and admins will want to upgrade their copies of Flash to version 31.0.0.153 or later in order to get the patch – or just dump the damn thing all together.”

The Register: Haven’t updated your Adobe PDF software lately? Here’s 85 new reasons to do it now

The Register: Haven’t updated your Adobe PDF software lately? Here’s 85 new reasons to do it now. “Adobe has posted an update to address 85 CVE-listed security vulnerabilities in Acrobat and Reader for both Windows and macOS. The PDF apps have received a major update that includes dozens of fixes for flaws that would allow for remote code execution attacks if exploited. Other possible attacks include elevation of privilege flaws and information disclosure vulnerabilities.”

The Register: Patch Tuesday heats up with pair of exploited zero-days squashed – plus 58 other vulns fixed

The Register: Patch Tuesday heats up with pair of exploited zero-days squashed – plus 58 other vulns fixed . “Microsoft and Adobe have teamed up to deliver more than 70 patches with this month’s Patch Tuesday batch released today. Microsoft contributed the bulk of the fixes emitted this month, kicking out updates for 60 CVE-listed vulnerabilities in its products. These should be installed as soon as you’re able to test and deploy them.”

CNET: Adobe AI learns to spot the photo fakery Photoshop makes easy

CNET: Adobe AI learns to spot the photo fakery Photoshop makes easy. “Photoshop fakery is getting more and more sophisticated, but Adobe Systems is using AI to detect when it’s happened. Plenty of photo editing is no big deal, but in some situations — for example, photojournalism, viral photos of politicians or celebrities and forensic evidence used by law enforcement — you might want a better idea of what’s true or not.”

TechCrunch: Adobe debuts Project Rush, its new all-in-one video editor

TechCrunch: Adobe debuts Project Rush, its new all-in-one video editor. “Adobe today announced the launch of Project Rush, a new video editor that takes the core features of its pro tools like Premiere Pro, After Effects and Audition and combines them into a single, more accessible tool. Don’t get too excited yet, though, the new tool will only be available later this year (and my guess would be a launch at the company’s Max conference in October).”