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

Max Pyziur pyz at brama.com
Sun Mar 19 19:36:11 UTC 2006

On Sun, 19 Mar 2006, M A Young wrote:

> 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.

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Max Pyziur
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> 	Michael Young

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