Adobe today patched Flash Player, the fifth time this year it's updated the vulnerability-plagued software.
Unlike two of the three updates last month, however, today's was part of Adobe's regularly-scheduled patch cadence.
Adobe released security updates for Flash Player and Shockwave Player on Tuesday in order to address a total of 19 vulnerabilities affecting the two products.
New stand-alone versions of Flash Player 11 were released for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android. The Flash Player plug-ins bundled with Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 10 will be automatically updated through the update mechanisms of the two browsers.
Adobe has issued an emergency fix for Flash to prevent two ongoing malware attacks against the world's most popular Web plug-in.
In an advisory note, Adobe announced the latest release of Flash Player 11.5, which will patch two security zero-day vulnerabilities that are actively being used by hackers and malware writers to spread malware.
Adobe has posted an update to address vulnerabilities in its Flash Player media platform.
The company said that the update would address flaws in all versions of its online media playing tool, including Flash Player for Android 4.0.
Adobe has released yet another security update for Flash Player, to address a new set of six vulnerabilities that even affect the company's most recent patch that was issued just last week.