Adobe – Releases Flash Player 23.0.0.205 Linux MAC ChromeOS Windows

Adobe Systems Incorporated released Adobe flash version 23.0.0.205 on October twenty six two thousand sixteen to fix a security vulnerability. This critical vulnerability allow a person to take control of your affected system.

This vulnerability affect Apple MAC, Linux, and Microsoft Windows computers. You can find out what version of Adobe Flash player is installed on your computer. You want to make sure that you update each version of Adobe Flash player for an intended web browser.

If you have multiple web browsers you may have to upgrade each version of Adobe Flash Player pertaining to each specific web browser. If you are using a Google chrome web browser, then Adobe Flash Player will become automatically upgraded on Linux, Macintosh, and Windows based computers. If you are using Microsoft Edge web browser on Windows ten based computers, then Adobe Flash Player will automatically upgrade itself.

Internet Explorer 10 and 11 will automatically upgrade Adobe Flash Player on Windows 8 and 8.1 computers. This update resolves a vulnerability that could allow code execution. Also, th updates fix a security whole whereby data could be written to a file system with proper user permissions.

Finally, these updates address another possible code execution vulnerability.

Following is a table of affected flash player versions and operating system platforms:

Adobe Flash Player Desktop Runtime 23.0.0.185 & earlier Windows & Macintosh
Adobe Flash Player for Google Chrome 23.0.0.185 & earlier Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Chrome OS
Adobe Flash Player for Microsoft Edge & Internet Explorer 11 23.0.0.185 & earlier Windows 8.1 & 10
Adobe Flash Player for Linux 11.2.202.637 & earlier Linux
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