Anything that makes Flash safer is good. In this case, a known exploit makes the update well worth your time.
Yep, adware has appeared on Start Menu 8, and unfortunately it looks to be a feature rather than a bug.
There's no real fix for this malware yet, but you can thwart it by keeping a specific setting disabled.
Turning on Universal Plug and Play causes any attached storage to be exposed to the Internet. A manual firmware fix is available.
Cloud-based computing carries the potential for widespread malware mayhem, averted in this case.
The 24.1 version release fixes the same spoofing of an address bar that affected Firefox, among other issues.
Among the usual tweaks to fend off hackers and malware, the newest version also brings much-needed gaming support.
A fix stops Java from disabling itself, and iTunes for Windows and Internet Explorer get some security tweaks.
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