Only two weeks later, it's already time for another security update for Adobe's Flash player, reports Ars Technica. The culprit this time is a hole in security that lets unsavory coders inject malicious code into both Mac and Windows computers. According to security firm FireEye, it's already responsible for attacks on three nonprofit organizations.
Ding dong, the wicked witch is dead! Okay, maybe it’s not quite a celebration from that legendary scene from The Wizard of Oz, but Adobe’s announcement November 9 that it would be shuttering further development for mobile Flash should certainly be good news to Munchkins -- er, developers -- everywhere, not to mention much-needed relief for long-suffering end users forced to endure such tyranny on their mobile devices. Here are a few reasons why we won’t be missing mobile Flash.
We pity the fool that held any kind of media event today (Adobe, we’re looking at you!), because the Apple juggernaut pretty much ran right over other announcements for this fine Tuesday, October 4. But there was more than just a new iPhone 4S and a release date for iOS 5 going on today. Here’s the latest and greatest from across the internet!
Intego, a company whose goal is to provide Mac users with full protection from all the dangers of the Internet, announced they have discovered a new Trojan horse, Flashback, which masquerades as a Flash Player installer.
This Trojan horse is in the wild, and has some disturbing actions.
It was a big week for app sales and for a few chairs being shuffled around on the tech deck. What'd you think of Microsoft buying up Skype? Did you sign up for Google Music Beta yet? We possibly end the backpack versus messenger bag debate for all time, and other juicy little tidbits, in case you missed it.
The often-maligned Adobe Flash Player may not be Steve Jobs’ best friend anymore, but the developer still wants to be your neighbor -- and with the final release of version 10.3, the player now finds a new home in your Mac System Preferences.
The much-maligned Adobe Flash is getting a boost on the Mac platform this week, with the arrival of the official release of Flash Player 10.2 for Mac, following the first beta version released back in December.
We all know about the ongoing scuffaw between Apple and Adobe in regard to the effects of Flash Player in web browsing. But today, Adobe's CEO interestingly revealed that Adobe has a version of Flash Player in the works that's actually being geared for the new MacBook Air.