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Windows 7: Researcher spies new Adobe code execution bug.


19 Feb 2010   #1
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 
Researcher spies new Adobe code execution bug.

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A researcher has unearthed a bug in software used to install Adobe's ubiquitous Reader and Flash applications that can be exploited to remotely install malicious files on end user PCs.

The Adobe Download Manager is an ActiveX script that is invoked when people install or update Reader or Flash using Internet Explorer. Researcher Aviv Raff has figured out how to exploit it to install any file he wishes simply by tricking a user into clicking on a link on the Adobe.com domain.
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Researcher spies new Adobe code execution bug ? The Register

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19 Feb 2010   #2

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This is how my brothers computer got infected earlier this week. He saw that Adobe screen popup and said yes to update and now he has rootkit and whole lot more.
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