Microsoft’s Edge browser gets additional security measures to prevent Adobe Flash Player exploits

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Microsoft has added additional security measures to the Adobe Flash Player in the latest release of its Edge browser, which was released as part of the Windows 10 Anniversary update.

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#2

Well, I guess Edge sucks a little less now. PS: Firefox has been isolating plugins inside of plugin-container for years.


#3

[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2779042]Well, I guess Edge sucks a little less now. PS: Firefox has been isolating plugins inside of plugin-container for years.[/QUOTE]

They sure put some effort into making it suck less as they even have a toolkit for converting Chrome extensions to Edge. Seems they are desperate to get Edge accepted… I still say thanks, but no thanks :bigsmile: