Since we can't legally kill the crims.. why is Flash still alive? We can kill it.
Disclaimer: No flash here on any of my Windoze boxes.
An eastern European group has for more than three months been using an unpatched Flash zero day vulnerability to target 'high profile' victims, Kaspersky Labs researcher Costin Raiu says. The attacks are linked to a group dubbed ScarCruft which under the Operation Daybreak has used the vulnerability since March. A patch for …
Take a walk on the wild side, Mark 85, and find out if one be ready, there is more than just simple life in the Live Operational Virtual Environment with ITs Deep Mined and Dark Web Spaced Places.
Living in any sort of a siloed environment surely renders one at least semi reclusive and prime groom material for paranoid schizophrenia. And that is not secure, delivering as it and IT does, a stagnating petrification within remote incarcerations. An almost perfect status quo tool for the blunt maintenance and mindless retention of old powers with mediated energy.
Spread your wings a little, and fly high and wide and far above the mad and maddening crowd, and take a chosen few view on promising lands.
It's been noticed now. Time to generalize the use, I guess.
On the other hand, given how many unpatched Flash installations there still are despite regular news of zero days, breaches and new vulnerabilities, there might be a fair bit of time left for these flaws to wreak havoc even once the patch is out.
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