Security researchers accuse Adobe of being to slow in fixing 46 reported flaws and recommend that users avoid Reader for now.
Flash for Android devices is no longer available to download from the Google Play store but there are still places to go for those not ready to give in to HTML5.
Microsoft released nine new security bulletins for Patch Tuesday, and Adobe piled on with security fixes of its own to make for a busy week for IT admins.
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Whether the tech replacing Flash Player will pose a greater risk is not yet known, security expert notes.
No certified implementations of Adobe Systems' Flash Player will ship for Android 4.1, and on August 15 the player will no longer be available for download from Google Play.
The update, Flash Player 11.3.300.262, was released Thursday and applies only to Firefox on Windows.
The flaws were all over the map, and included memory corruption, integer and stack overflow, and security bypass bugs.