More than 16 months after researchers warned that critical vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash files leave websites vulnerable to phishing and other serious attacks, a wide array of pages - some hosted on Adobe.com itself - remain vulnerable. The problem stems from buggy SWF files that generate banner ads and other animated content. …
Well, I've read this twice now
But I can't find the bit which explains how it's all Microsofts fault.
Thank heavens for FlashBlock
Not only does it save me from pointless virus brained advertising.....
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