Adobe is pushing out a cross-platform security fix for a bug in its Flash Player that miscreants are already exploiting. Windows users running Adobe Flash Player 184.108.40.206 and earlier need to update it following the discovery of a zero-day attack. "Adobe is aware of reports that an exploit for CVE-2014-0515 exists in the wild …
Will we ever see a new Flash for Mobile?
I hope not
most probably not, first Adobe stopped development for mobile and then Google removed some hooks in its API without which it shouldn't run.
OTOH Firefox 27 das work with the old flash player for Android 4.2, if you really need some security issues on your mobile.
A better option than a new flash for mobile would be for people to just stop using it on their sites.*
*This comment comes with a free significant look directed at the masthead.
I doubt it, they're not even developping it for Linux any more.
Google is though
To get the latest Flash version you have to use Google Chrome's pepper version.
...they're not even developping it for Linux any more
Answers my question as to why both Mac and Windows versions have a more urgent priority rating than Linux.
shame its not a bottle but a whole court.
Death to FLASH
Seems every time I permit Click2Flash to display a site, a popup appears demanding I update. What a horrible buggy piece of software. Its death can not be too premature.
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