Adobe today warned that hackers are exploiting a critical vulnerability in its popular Flash Player program, and issued an emergency update to patch the bug.
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Some companies opt to have a mobile site, with no Flash enabled, and a main site with all the whiz-bang required.
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Adobe is releasing a security update for Flash Player today, but aside from patching a couple Critical vulnerabilities, the update also includes a new and improved background updater tool.
Adobe today patched a pair of critical vulnerabilities in Flash Player and told IT administrators to apply the update within 30 days.
Adobe may be discontinuing its standalone Flash Player for Linux, but Gnash and Lightspark both offer an open source solution.
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Adobe's standalone Flash Player for Linux will be discontinued after version 1.2 later this year, the company has announced.