Microsoft Security Advisory 925143
Adobe Security Bulletin: APSB06-11 Flash Player Update to Address Security Vulnerabilities
Published: September 12, 2006 | Updated: November 14, 2006
Microsoft has completed the investigation of security vulnerabilities in Macromedia Flash Player from Adobe, a third party software application that also was redistributed with Windows XP Service Pack 2 and Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. We have issued MS06-069 to address these issues. For more information about these issues, including download links for an available security update, please review MS06-069. This bulletin is for customers using Macromedia Flash Player version 6 from Adobe. The vulnerabilities addressed are the Macromedia Flash Player Vulnerabilities – CVE-2006-3014, CVE-2006-3311, CVE-2006-3587, CVE-2006-3588, and CVE-2006-4640.
Customers that have followed the guidance in Adobe Security Bulletin APSB06-11, issued September 12, 2006, are not at risk from these vulnerabilities.
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- September 12, 2006: Advisory published
- November 14, 2006: Advisory updated to reflect publication of security bulletin.
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