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Submitted by fanze100 916d ago | news

Adobe Issues Security Updates to Plug Critical Holes in Flash

Maximum PC: "February is proving to be a very busy month for those tasked with the unenviable task of plugging Flash Player holes at Adobe. The Adobe Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) on Tuesday announced the availability of new security updates for the Flash Player. This is the third time this month that the company has had to release security updates for the ubiquitous plugin." (Adobe Flash Player, Software)

justinbkerr  +   916d ago
Not Java for once.... nice.
newsguy  +   916d ago
I just want to know why my flash keeps crashing :(

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