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Adobe has released a batch of scheduled security fixes to address critical flaws in its Flash Player and ColdFusion products. The company said the updates will tackle a pair of security vulnerabilities in the two platforms which could be exploited remotely by attackers. For Flash Player, the update applies to Windows, Linux and …

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Fuck Adobe and their shit software. It took a security breach on their own network to wake them up. The sooner they disappear the better off we will all be

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Totally agree

They sent me an email the other day telling me to change my password (hadn't realised I still had an account with them - I think I once downloaded Adobe Air to see what it was all about).

I went to their web site and looked for the option to cancel/delete my account - no such thing, of course! You have to speak (well, chat) to someone online who had to put a case through for deleting the account. When he asked why I wanted to delete my account I reminded them of their crap security + the fact that (apart from the occasional use of Flash on some web site - though its usage is on the way out, thank goodness) I don't actually use any of their junk software. Finally, they reluctantly agreed to delete the account.

Tossers!

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Slammed shut the door

and all the windows popped open!

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Surprise!

Why is it that when we see the word "exploit" or the phrase "security problems/issues", the article is always about Microsoft.

People need to give themselves a shake and stop using MS products!

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Re: Surprise!

You might want to read the friendly article...

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What part of "applies to Windows, Linux and OS X systems" did you fail to read.

Oh, wait, it must be a misprint as *nix based OS's are immune to vulnerabilities.

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Re: Surprise!

Why is it that when we see the word "exploit" or the phrase "security problems/issues", we get commentards complaining about an unrelated vendors security?

People need to give themselves a shake and stop spouting crap about things that they appear to know little about.

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Why is it that when we see the word "exploit" or the phrase "security problems/issues", you write the same thing. If you read the article you would realise there is a problem with your arguement.

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maharg?

Where are you? Come and explain what's going on!

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Unhappy

Anyone else try the link to the update?

It's giving 404.

Link FAIL.

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@ac 10:06

Why don't you have the balls to post under your screen names instead of AC?

"Why is it that when we see the word "exploit" or the phrase "security problems/issues", some AC douche blames MS even if the exploit is across multliple OSs? "

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Adobe is the best

I love it when Adobe controls my camera. Better when you add John McAfee. Two pieces of crapware in one download!

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