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CVE-2012-1535: Adobe Flash Player Integer Overflow Vulnerability Analysis

Thursday, October 11, 2012 By Read Time: 4 min.

Vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player has been widely used by cyber criminals since 2006 to penetrate remote systems. During the month of August 2012 a widespread 0day was used to perform attacks by using Microsoft Word documents as the principal attack vector. This security publication explains the particulars of the CVE-2012-1535 security vulnerability in detail.


Authors: Brian Mariani, Senior Security Auditor, High-Tech Bridge
Frederic Bourla, Chief Security Specialist, High-Tech Bridge

Vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player has been widely used by cyber criminals since 2006 to penetrate remote systems.

During the month of August 2012 a widespread 0day was used to perform attacks by using Microsoft Word documents as the principal attack vector.

This security publication explains the particulars of the CVE-2012-1535 security vulnerability in detail.




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