Adobe Flash Zero-Day Exploit Drops PlugX Remote Access Tool

Adobe has released a patch out of their normal patch release cycle to address three critical vulnerabilities in their Flash Player software, including removing a vulnerability being used by a zero-day exploit which drops PlugX, a remote access tool which can be used by an attacker to maintain covert access of a victim's compromised system. Update APSB14-07 should be applied as soon as possible to Windows and Linux systems that have Adobe Flash Player installed. Information about the update can be found at: http://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/flash-player/apsb14-07.html