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Discussion in 'macOS' started by m4v3r1ck, Jul 8, 2015.
Chrome has already been updated with the new version of Flash Player and Adobe is releasing an update later today. The existence of a Flash Player zero-day vulnerability is barely news; they happen regularly.
Thanks for your review!
In Chrome, it is a must to enable "click to play". That way, unless deliberately run, Flash stuff (mainly ads) can't do damage.
Apparently the update didn't fix the issue. The problem is worse than originally thought and experts are not recommending people disable flash.
I've been calling for the end of Flash for years. It is a thoroughly broken and insecure piece of software. Just put it out of its misery.
Can't seem to load your linked page in TaT.
What makes this news worthy is the source of it, a self professed "security" company that used it to sell surveilance tools. Moral of the story, zero-days should be reported and fixed, not traded and exploited for what ever reason.. Edit: Oh, and it's been three Flash zero-days from the same guys in the last week.. so far.
I updated the link. Maybe you can get it now.
Thanks for your effort, still a no-go on TapaTalk, will try in a browser later!