I did a quick google search, and this weakness applies to flash 7.0 and earlier. I don't think that Sony would be stupid enough to leave a hole like this open, but the Flash support on the 2.7 update is based on Flash 6.eEye said the vulnerability opens the door for a malicious to run arbitrary code in the context of the logged-in user. "An array boundary condition may be violated by a malicious .SWF file in order to redirect execution into attacker-supplied data," the company said.
Read the website here.
If the flash support in the 2.7 fw still has this weakness, could it lead to anything?