For 2016’s final set of updates, Microsoft has issued twelve bulletins, with associated patches, affecting the usual software, namely Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, Office, and the .NET Framework. Forty-seven vulnerabilities in all are addressed by these updates.
Adobe issued updates for several of its products today, but the only one likely to be of interest to most people is, of course, Flash. And I mean ‘interest’ in the sense of “I am very interested in not having my computer infected with malware because I visited a malicious web site while running an out-of-date version of Flash.” The new version of Flash on all platforms is 220.127.116.11. It addresses seventeen vulnerabilities in the still-ubiquitous player. As usual, Flash in Internet Explorer and Chrome will be updated automatically.