How To Hack Adobe Flash Player

Published on: Jul 15, 2015 @ 01:30 by admin

This video is intended to show you dangers of using software you do not keep your software updated and what a malicious hacker could do when they discover you running vulnerable software or applications.

In this video we'll be gazing at the Adobe Flash Player Exploit 2015 - CVE-2015-0311 Vulnerability that was discovered and leaked during the hacking of a security firm called as "HackTeam" on or around July 6th 2015 four hundred Gigabytes a lot of their knowledge was leaked this exploit was one of many that was getting used to asset law enforcement or government agencies with breaking into computers systems what at the time of this exploit was known as a "0day" something that is only known to those that discover the vulnerability.

Exploit been been with success on Windows 8.1 (64 bits), Using Mozilla Firefox 39.0 Flash Version: 16.0.0.287.
A website creating use of this exploit once run on your system permits the hacker to preform:

  1. Full Administrator Privilege of Execution Rights.
  2. Take snapshots of your screen.
  3. Access to your connected web cam.
  4. Key logging to capture your keystrokes.
  5. Increasing the attack to diffrent machines on your network.

This is just few of the numerous options which can be used in an attack like this.
This exploit is also known as:

Adobe Flash Player Byte Array UncompressViaZlibVariant Use After Free

This exploit has been patched as of July 14th 2015 with the release of Adobe Flash Player 18.0.0.209
You can Download: Flash Version: 16.0.0.287 if you would like to do the exploit out for yourself.
Tip:

Check your flash version or if you're unsure merely uninstall Adobe Flash Player from your PC and download the newest Adobe Flash Player from Adobe Flash Player Download.
Disable Adobe Flash Player on websites that may be unsafe to use Adobe Flash Player on-line.
As an additional security measure make sure your anti virus package and anti malware package is up to date and preform a scan on your PC.

This Adobe Flash Player vulnerability affected all major web browsers, including Microsoft's Internet Explorer, Google's Chrome, Mozilla's Firefox as well as Apple's Safari.

Resources

Adobe Flash Player ByteArray UncompressViaZlibVariant Use After Free - Public Exploit

Last edited by Matthew Knight on July 15, 2015 at 1:45 am