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Adobe today pushed out its first Flash Player update since announcing it would end-of-life the software in 2020.
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Some of us are counting down to the end of Flash; others are trying to give it life after death. Who’s right? Have your say…
Finally, Adobe is Killing FLASH — the software that helped make the Internet a better place with slick graphics, animation, games and applications and bring online video to the masses, but it has been hated for years by people and developers over its buggy nature.
But the end of an era for Adobe Flash is near. Adobe announced Tuesday that the company would stop providing updates and stop
Adobe only fixed six vulnerabilities in two products, making it the company’s smallest security bulletin of the year.
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Adobe fixed eight vulnerabilities, seven critical, in Flash Player and Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Forms product as part of its regularly scheduled updates Tuesday morning.
Adobe patched 59 vulnerabilities across five different products, including Flash Player, Acrobat/Reader, Photoshop, Adobe Campaign, and its Adobe Creative Cloud App on Tuesday.
Adobe patched 13 code execution vulnerabilities in Flash Player today as part of its regular patch update cycle.
Adobe patched 81 vulnerabilities, including a handful of critical bugs, in Acrobat, Reader, and Flash on Tuesday.
After a month without Flash Player security patches, Adobe today updated the software addressing 29 vulnerabilities.