Adobe Flash on Windows, OSX and Linux vulnerable to critical zero day exploit

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We’ve just posted the following news: Adobe Flash on Windows, OSX and Linux vulnerable to critical zero day exploit[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2014/04/myce-adobe-flash-95x75.png[/newsimage]
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#2

Wasn’t this already patched yesterday???:confused:


#3

Does anyone still use Adobe products?

They’ve got more holes than a colander.


#4

Of course they do. Adobe has a complete monopoly when it comes to flash player. After all, there isn’t really anything else out there for executing .sfw files, making it almost impossible to play certain games, watch videos, ect. without it.

*Yes, you could just download vids, and play them offline. However, how many non-tech-savy users will be able to do this?


#5

You can do without Java, you can do without Silverlight, but browse without Flash …
Well, the good thing is that no-flash browsing squashes many annoying ads, but the bad thing is no games or videos - ok, there is HTML5 video and you can join the youtube beta, but the h264/webm standards debacle really messed things up for html5 video