Adobe Zero-Day Exploit:

As of July 11th 2015, a second major weakness has been found in Adobe Flash player. This is a programming flaw. This exploit is now online and well known. This means that hackers not only know of this, but they can begin planning a way to exploit the weakness called CVE-2015-5122. What does this weakness permit hackers to do? This will allow an attacker to remotely attack a system. They can remotely install malware which can cause a system crash, or at worst allow the attacker full control of the infected system. This issue has not been patched at the time of this publication and is found in all versions of adobe flash player up to version

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