FW: US-CERT Technical Cyber Security Alert TA06-075A -- Adobe Macromedia Flash Products Multiple Vulnerabilities

M A Young m.a.young at durham.ac.uk
Sun Mar 19 17:48:52 UTC 2006

On Sat, 18 Mar 2006, David Eisenstein wrote:

> Although I don't believe that Fedora or Fedora Legacy provides any version
> of Macromedia's Flash Player to our end users (as it's proprietary), end
> users may still decide to download and install this free plugin ... so it
> is good to know about this.  I believe Flash is able to be used both with
> Firefox and Mozilla.  Perhaps KDE's Konqueror also can use Flash.
> Someone who knows for sure about Konqueror, can you respond on the list
> and let us know?
Yes, if you are using flash in mozilla or firefox, probably KDS Konqueror
as well, you almost certainly need to upgrade. For mozilla or firefox,
just type about:plugins in the title bar to see if you have flash
installed - 7.0 r63 is the fixed version.

	Michael Young

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