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Adobe has released an out-of-schedule upgrade for its Flash Player software that tackles two serious vulnerabilities. The cross-platform update is suitable for users of Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Solaris. Android punters also need to patch their smartphones to guard against possible attack. The two flaws involve a memory …

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Writing This Correctly

"Vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash, Acrobat and Java have been the worst internet security risks for at least four years now".

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Megaphone

s/at least four years now/forever/

Flash is the Ebola virus on a hard disk and I rate it no higher than Solaris, another Ebola Virus on a hard disk.

Get a Flash blocker and make Satan, ahem, Adobe piss off your machine forever!

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Anonymous Coward

Re: s/at least four years now/forever/

Why Solaris ??

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Re: s/at least four years now/forever/

And what 'bout the Solaris blocker?

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Fools

They can't even get the downloads working properly. Just went to the Flash Player Distribution download page. It shows the version available as 11.1.102.63, but when you download the files they are all still the .62 version.

Incompetence doesn't even begin to describe this group.

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Re: Fools

You mean their decision to be one of the first to outsource to India with their 10 for $1 workers has lead to a decrease in quality? All lies.

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Re: Fools

It can't be related to India and you are obviously a politically incorrect, racist,<insert some more PC names here> man. You should be reported to the PC police for reeducation.

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