Time once again to disable Flash Player on your browser as new zero-day exploit pops up
Adobe has warned that a new zero-day vulnerability is currently being exploited in the wild, with a patch not yet available to address the issue. The vulnerability is apparently being used by North Korean operatives against South ...
New Zero Day vulnerability gives another reason for disabling Adobe Flash
These days its perfectly possible to go around the web on your day business without needing to use Adobe’s Flash Player. In fact, it seems the player is largely around as a vector for infection, with the latest incident be...
Microsoft forced to release Flash patch for Windows after delaying Patch Tuesday
by Sean Chan
Last week, we reported that Microsoft is delaying the Patch Tuesday update for Windows this month due to a last minute issue. Microsoft didn’t reveal what exactly was the last minute issue that prevented the company from pus...
Microsoft Edge will automatically block Flash content on the Windows 10 Creators Update
by Sean Chan
Microsoft Edge’s development team today announced that the company will start blocking Adobe Flash content automatically on Windows 10. The company will allow users to manually enable Adobe Flash content on web pages, but it...
The latest volume of the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIR) now available for download
Microsoft today released the latest edition of the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIR) and it is now available for download. The Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIR) analyzes the threat landscape of exploits, vul...
Microsoft Releases Adobe Flash Security Fix To Windows 10 Build 9926
#WindowsInsiders Just released a WU update with a Flash security fix to build 9926 https://t.co/parfLZNuvK — Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) January 27, 2015 Microsoft today released a security update for Adobe Flash KB3035034 for Window...
Microsoft Reveals Important Issues In Windows 8.1, Comes With Few Known Issues Related To Adobe Flash Player
As Microsoft released Windows 8.1 RTM for MSDN and TechNet subscribers yesterday, they also released some important related document to help developers and IT Pros. One of the document was a release notes which lists important iss...
Adobe killing Mobile Flash- there goes the need for those Quadcore processors
Flash has been fighting a losing battle in mobile over the last few years, and suddenly and somewhat unexpectedly, given that the very popular Android platform did support Flash in the browser, Adobe threw in the towel. According ...