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Tag: Adobe Flash

  1. Apple’s big security upgrades will save you from yourself

    The security measures coming to MacBooks and iPhones this fall are going to significantly alter how you interact with your Apple devices…

  2. Apple ditches Adobe Flash in Safari on MacOS Sierra

    In Safari 10, set to ship with macOS Sierra, Apple plans to disable common plug-ins…

  3. Google to block Adobe’s Flash in Chrome except for these ten white-listed sites

    Google is choosing to make exception for the ten most popular sites that use Flash…

  4. Mac users attacked again by fake Adobe Flash update

    Mac users are once again being urged to exercise caution when installing updates to Adobe Flash Player…

  5. How to remove Adobe’s Flash on your Mac

    Word has emerged about a ‘ransomware’ exploit involving Adobe Flash. Adobe has responded with an update…

  6. Adobe issues yet another ‘Emergency’ Flash Player security update to thwart ransomware attacks

    Adobe recommends that Flash Player users on Mac update to version 21.0.0.213…

  7. Adobe Flash has a huge security hole that’s being exploited right now

    Another day, another Adobe Flash security vulnerability…

  8. Google will stop running Flash display ads on January 2, 2017

    Google today announced that the Google Display Network and DoubleClick Digital Marketing are completely ditching Flash…

  9. Adobe issues emergency patch for new Flash exploit

    The vulnerabilities affect those using the plugin in Windows, Mac, and Linux….

  10. Steve Jobs tried to recruit Kevin Lynch to Apple after Flash kerfuffle

    Steve Jobs personally tried to recruit Kevin Lynch to Apple after the big Flash debate in 2010…

  11. Adobe is telling people to stop using Flash

    Flash has been slowly dying over the past decade…

  12. Adobe renames Flash Professional to Animate, pivots focus to HTML5

    Steve Jobs was right, of course…

  13. Apple just banned some versions of Adobe Flash from Macs

    Thanks to the war Steve Jobs waged, two things have happened in recent years…

  14. How to rid your Mac of the scourge: Uninstall Flash Player

    If you really want to be safe from this flaw, and the next, and the next, and the next, there’s one foolproof step you can take: Uninstall Flash…

  15. Adobe confirms major Flash vulnerability, and the only way to protect yourself is to uninstall Flash

    Just one day after Adobe released its monthly security patches for various software including Flash Player…

  16. Adobe’s bloated, insecure Flash must die

    Adobe Flash — that insecure, ubiquitous resource hog everyone hates…

  17. How to uninstall Adobe’s Flash from your Mac

    Adobe has patched more than twenty Flash vulnerabilities in the last week…

  18. All major browsers hacked in Pwn2Own contest; hacker gets $225,000 in prize money

    Chrome, Firefox, Explorer, Safari were all hacked…

  19. Hackers abuse another Adobe Flash zero-day to attack thousands of web users with redirects

    Adobe is scurrying to patch the third Flash zero-day of the year…

  20. Google now warns iPhone users when search results contain Adobe Flash

    Search giant Google added another nail in Flash’s coffin on Tuesday…

  21. Adobe issues fix for yet another Flash flaw

    A well-known vulnerability in Adobe’s Flash player that could allow malicious users…

  22. Adobe’s Flash Player gets yet another emergency update

    Adobe has urged users of its Flash Player plug-in to install an update…

  23. Steve Jobs was right (yet again): Adobe has an epically abysmal security record

    Adobe’s massive security breach last week is just the latest in its long, troubled history…

  24. OS X Mavericks Preview: Safari Power Saver cuts Adobe Flash off at the knees

    Nothing heats a Mac up (or drains its battery) faster than power-hungry Flash…

  25. Steve Jobs’ death clears way for Adobe CTO defection

    Long-standing chief technology officer Kevin Lynch has left Adobe for Apple…

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