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Adobe fixes critical flaws in Flash Player and Digital Editions

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    Adobe Systems has fixed more than 30 vulnerabilities in its Flash Player and Digital Editions products, most of which could be exploited to remotely install malware on computers.

    The bulk of the flaws, 26, were patched in Flash Player on all supported platforms: Windows, Mac and Linux.

    Twenty-three of those vulnerabilities can lead to remote code execution and the remaining three can be used for information disclosure or to bypass security features, Adobe said in an advisory.

    Adobe advises users to update Flash Player version on Windows and Mac or version on Linux. The new version of the Flash Player extended support release, which only receives security patches, is now

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