1. Faybert

    New Adobe Flash Zero-Day Spotted in the Wild

    BREAKING —South Korean authorities have issued a warning regarding a brand new Flash zero-day deployed in the wild. According to a security alert issued by the South Korean Computer Emergency Response Team (KR-CERT), the zero-day affects Flash Player installs 28.0.0.137 and earlier. "An...
  2. J

    Adobe pushes out betas for version 21 of Flash and Air

    Lots of things are said about Flash, and most of them aren't good. The Adobe app has proven to be a security nightmare and constant updates do little to alleviate the problems. Now a new version is on its way and hoping to fix things. New versions of Flash 21 and Air 21 are in the works...
  3. J

    Adobe Issues Emergency Patch For Flash Zero-Day Under Attack

    Adobe released an out-of-band security update on Monday to address multiple vulnerabilities rated as critical in its Flash Player, including one (CVE-2015-8651) that is currently being exploited in targeted attacks. The software maker said the vulnerabilities affect all platforms and could...
  4. B

    You can now grab Adobe Flash 19 beta from the Labs

    Adobe Flash and other programs can be a security problem. There's a reason the company releases regular updates. It's advisable to install them, as it likely means you're vulnerable if you don't. Perhaps the biggest offender is Flash, which powers many things on the web. Now Adobe is quietly...
  5. BoraMurdar

    Chrome to pause all Flash ads by default from September 1

    The plugin everyone loves to hate will be dealt another blow come September 1st, this time from Google, who will start to pause all Flash ads in Chrome by default on that date. This will come as welcome news to everyone that supports websites by not blocking ads, but have to deal with rogue ads...