Thirty five Flash Player holes plugged (and there’s one quick fix)

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Adobe has patched 35 security vulnerabilities in its Flash Player, all of one of which could lead to unexpected code execution. The fixes relate to vulnerabilities including 15 use-after-free, eight memory corruption, and five type confusion bugs. There are five code execution flaws relating to buffer overflows and a lone integer overflow hole. Most flaws have been slapped with the panic severity rating of one, meaning someone is or probably will soon hack the holes.

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