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ArtmurEn
08-15-2015,
https://blog.malwarebytes.org/exploits-2/2015/01/new-adobe-flash-zero-day-found-in-the-wild/

AssdrmapKa
08-18-2015,
Another reason why I shouldn't go back to Adobe Flash Player.

Arturooa
08-18-2015,
When can we expect an update patched version of adobe flash player released to fix this? Advice to everyone:Make sure to keep adobe flash player either disabled or "click to play", it's good for security and it speeds up times for pages to load.

Asiaimmut
08-18-2015,
Surpassing Java as the most exploited plugin...that's an accomplishment no vendor should want.

AubreyLipt
08-21-2015,
As mentioned above, the 0-day exploit in question is the Angler EK, and if you have already installed Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit (MBAE) (https://www.malwarebytes.org/antiexploit/) your systems are more than adequately protected against this exploit.