Newly-discovered Adobe Flash vulnerability allowed hackers to plant malware on users’ computers. These hackers are reported to work for a group named as BlackOasis, they have used this vulnerability to plant malware on users’ computer in several countries. Affected products of Adobe Flash Player on Windows include Adobe Flash Player Desktop Runtime, Adobe Flash Player for Google Chrome, Adobe Flash Player for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11. If you got any of those products, it’s better to update Adobe Flash Player to fix vulnerability as soon as possible.
Currently, Adobe has released a security update for Adobe Flash Player. You may directly download and update Adobe Flash Player here:
Or you can try Driver Booster 5 PRO, which can help you scan and install the latest patch in time, here you are the two steps:
1. Run Driver Booster 5 (only PRO version can get the update);
2. Update all Adobe Flash related items.
Driver Booster 5 provides security updates and fixes common driver problems because all related downloads have passed WHQL test. Moreover, Driver Booster 5 PRO is better in updating more drivers and fixing more related driver issues, and its automatic update will surely save you more time and energy.