Adobe Patch Six Critical Bugs in Flash

By Jamie Pert - Aug 11, 2010

Over the last few years Adobe has not made a great name for their-self in terms of security, however it seems as if they may be getting better as they have recently patches six security bugs in their Flash plug-in.

All of the bugs were said to be critical, Adobe did not reveal full details regarding the bugs, however five were said to be memory corruption related, and the other was to do with click-jacking.

If you want to ensure that you have the latest of version of Flash check out this link, if you run Google Chrome go to Settings, About Google Chrome and install any available updates (the latest version of Flash was integrated into Chrome recently).

Adobe has recently revealed that they are planning to release security patches more regularly, I can’t help thinking that this may be a way of staying competitive with HTML5, which is slowly becoming adopted by more and more popular websites.

Source: MacWorld

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