There has been a discovery of another vulnerability in the Adobe Flash Player. The origins of this vulnerability is suspected to be from North Kora. The vulnerability work as follows:
Cisco Talos researchers have set out the exploit workflow used for the Adobe Flash zero-day.
Image: Cisco Talos
It is highly recommened to install patches from both Adobe and Mcrosoft (if running Windows OS) to protect from the Flash vulnerabilities. For best protection it is recomended to not have Flash installed at all. However, if Flash is needed you DEFINITELY want to be running a Flash Blocker on your web browser. If you are using Microsoft Office you should update to the recent version of Microsoft Office and use the “Protected View”. This will notice when a document is obtained online and raises its shields. To turn this feature on go to File / Options / Trust Center / Trust Center Settings /Protected View.