Technology news site CNET has been compromised and is hosting malware, according to a security alert issued by a web monitoring company.
The malware uses a known integer overflow vulnerability in Adobe Flash.
Software that is vulnerable includes Adobe Flash Player, 126.96.36.199, and previous, Adobe Flex 3.0 and Adobe, AIR, 1.0.
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