Adobe Flash Player DLL code execution
|adobe-flash-dll-code-exec (65238)||High Risk|
Adobe Flash Player could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the system. The application does not directly specify the fully qualified path to a dynamic-linked library (DLL) when running on Microsoft Windows. By persuading a victim to open a specially-crafted file from a WebDAV or SMB share using a vulnerable application, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability via a specially-crafted library to execute arbitrary code on the system.
Refer to APSB11-02 for patch, upgrade or suggested workaround information. See References.
For other distributions:
Apply the appropriate update for your system. See References.
- APSB11-02: Security update available for Adobe Flash Player.
- Sun Security Blog 11 Mar 2011: Multiple vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player .
- BID-46197: Adobe Flash Player CVE-2011-0575 DLL Loading Arbitrary Code Execution Vulnerability
- CVE-2011-0575: Untrusted search path vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player before 10.2.152.26 allows local users to gain privileges via a Trojan horse DLL in the current working directory.
- OSVDB ID: 70919: Adobe Flash Player Path Subversion Arbitrary DLL Injection Code Execution
- RHSA-2011-0206: Critical: flash-plugin security update
- RHSA-2011-0368: Critical: flash-plugin - End Of Life
- SA43267: Adobe Flash Player Multiple Vulnerabilities
- SA43351: Red Hat Enterprise Linux flash-plugin Multiple Vulnerabilities
- SA43747: Oracle Solaris Adobe Flash Player Multiple Vulnerabilities
- SUSE-SA:2011:011: Adobe Acrobat Reader
- VUPEN/ADV-2011-0646: Oracle Sun Solaris Flash Player Multiple Code Execution Vulnerabilities
- Adobe Flash Player 10.0.0.584
- Adobe Flash Player 10.0.12.10
- Adobe Flash Player 10.0.12.36
- Adobe Flash Player 10.0.22.87
- Adobe Flash Player 10.0.32.18
- Adobe Flash Player 10.1.102.64
- RedHat Enterprise Linux Desktop Supplementary 6
- RedHat Enterprise Linux Server Supplementary 6
- RedHat Enterprise Linux Workstation Supplementary 6
- RedHat Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.8.z Extras
- RedHat RHEL Desktop Supplementary 5 Client
- RedHat RHEL Extras 4
- RedHat RHEL Supplementary 5 Server
- Sun Solaris 10
Feb 08, 2011
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