Firefox Temporarily Blocks Adobe Flash Because Of Security Concerns

Firefox Temporarily Blocks Adobe Flash Because Of Security Concerns

By Frederic Lardinois The fallout of the Hacking Team leak is hitting Adobe hard. The leak revealed two unpatched vulnerabilities in the company’s ubiquitous (and ubiquitously disliked) Flash Player. Because it took Adobe a while to patch these, Mozilla decided to block all versions of Flash for Firefox users. Adobe today finally released a patched version of Flash, but Firefox users may have to manually… Read More

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