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Adobe expects Flash on 250 million smartphones by end of 2012

Engadget: According to its rose-tinted forecasts, Flash Player will be featured in a quarter billion handsets by the end of 2012, including 53 percent of all smarphones shipped that year.

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If you haven't uninstalled Adobe Flash yet, Microsoft will be forcibly removing it in July

It’s well-known that Adobe Flash has been on its last leg for a while now, with the company practically begging you to remove the program back in December. At the time, Adobe announced that it was ended support for the program in January 2021.

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Adobe Flash will be officially retired at the end of 2020

If you've grown up on the internet, you are almost certainly familiar with Adobe Flash. Well, now, much like your childhood, its time is coming to an end.

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If you’ve downloaded Adobe Flash Player recently, you may want to check for malware

There’s mining malware infecting legitimate updates for the Adobe Flash Player. According to Palo Alto Networks, the flaw was first discovered in early August.

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