November, 2016: Patch Monday: No Active Attacks for Adobe, Google, Mozilla, and Apple

Welcome to this November Patch Monday Bulletin. This is a fairly uneventful month with typical updates from Adobe, Google, Mozilla and Apple. At the time of this writing there were no known actively attacked vulnerabilities. Adobe released Priority 1 patches for Flash Player on Windows, Mac and Linux that resolves 9 vulnerabilities that include potential arbitrary code execution vulnerabilities. Follow up with patches for Firefox and Chrome. Both browser resolve numerous high and critical vulnerabilities that are potentially exploitable. iTunes released an update for Windows that remediates potential arbitrary code execution and information disclosure vulnerabilities. Finish the month up with a patch for Adobe Connect if it is used within the organization.

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So, without further ado, here's the chart of non-MS patches that affect Windows platforms in the past month.

Patch data provided by:



Product Version Affected

Date Released by Vendor

Vulnerability Info

Severity / Our Recommendation

Multiple CVE’s

Adobe Flash Player

Win/Mac and earlier

Linux and earlier


Arbitrary Code Execution

Priority 1: Update in 72 hours


Adobe Connect

9.5.6 and earlier versions


Cross Site Scripting

Priority 3: Update at admin’s discretion

Multiple CVE’s

Apple iTunes

Windows before 12.5.2


Arbitrary Code Execution, Information Disclosure

Update as soon as possible

Multiple CVE’s

Google Chrome

Win 54.0.2840.99

Mac 54.0.2840.98

Linux 54.0.2840.100


Information Disclosure, Denial of Service

Update after testing

Multiple CVE’s

Mozilla Firefox

Before 50/ESR 45.5


Denial of Service, Security Bypass, Spoofing, Privilege Escalation

Update as soon as possible

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