Adobe Flash Player has another critical flaw

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We’ve just posted the following news: Adobe Flash Player has another critical flaw[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2016/06/adobe-flash-player-logo-95x75.png[/newsimage]
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#2

Oh news… lol… more patches… I guess all software has patches some more then others… Windows…


#3

What seem to be the secret is that they are swiss cheese all of them, being it Java Flash or HTML5.
What is the more known technology, the one with most real virtual experience, HTML5? It is ‘jazzed’ up to be the best… Is it? It is actually way to early to say, but predicting holes, now that will most probably hold true and so we’re back to patching hell on the other side. What else is new?


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[QUOTE=Xercus;2776249]What seem to be the secret is that they are swiss cheese all of them, being it Java Flash or HTML5.
What is the more known technology, the one with most real virtual experience, HTML5? It is ‘jazzed’ up to be the best… Is it? It is actually way to early to say, but predicting holes, now that will most probably hold true and so we’re back to patching hell on the other side. What else is new?[/QUOTE]
HTML5 for all it’s glamour will have holes to patch up. It’s not going to be a end all to web embedded players. For anyone thinking this they might find some good land in the USSR.


#5

In other news, I’ve recently found a script for Greasemonkey or Tampermonkey called "Simple Video Audio Blocker. Since it runs on both and Greasemonkey and Tempermonkey, it doesn’t need any particular browser.

That said, Simple Video Audio Blocker could probably be used to avoid executing Flash Player applets, which will offer protection against exploits like these. It can also prevent unwanted playback of HTML5 videos.

Or you could just disable (or uninstall) Flash Player. That would protect you even more.


#6

[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2776404]In other news, I’ve recently found a script for Greasemonkey or Tampermonkey called "Simple Video Audio Blocker. Since it runs on both and Greasemonkey and Tempermonkey, it doesn’t need any particular browser.

That said, Simple Video Audio Blocker could probably be used to avoid executing Flash Player applets, which will offer protection against exploits like these. It can also prevent unwanted playback of HTML5 videos.

Or you could just disable (or uninstall) Flash Player. That would protect you even more.[/QUOTE]
Or one can disconnect from the internet permanently and avoid all the flaws in Flash and HTML5.