Overview Despite a number of recent vulnerabilities discovered in Adobe Shockwave and a general move to other multimedia platforms, Adobe reports that over 450 million Internet-enabled computers have Adobe Shockwave installed.  Shockwave remains a powerful legacy platform that supports raster graphics, basic vector graphics, 3D graphics, audio, and an embedded scripting language called Lingo.    Recently, researchers at FortiGuard Labs discovered a memory corruption vulnerability (CVE-2015-7649) in Shockwave that could... [Read More]
by RSS Peixue Li  |  Oct 30, 2015  |  Filed in: Security Research
Today, Adobe has released a new announcement of vulnerabilities, 3 of which were discovered by researchers at FortiGuard Labs. Adobe Flash and Shockwave continue to be a challenge for organizations and vendors to keep secure. Memory corruptions can lead to the development of zero-day exploits against systems and there are overlaps in feature sets between versions of Shockwave and Flash. FortiGuard Lab researchers are finding chatter among hacker groups that leads us to believe attackers are still finding Flash and Shockwave as a viable and... [Read More]
by RSS Aamir Lakhani  |  Jul 14, 2015  |  Filed in: Industry Trends