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Another Flash 10.1 Security Advisory Issued, Update Coming on November 9th

Another security advisory has been issued for Adobe’s Flash 10.1, along with its Reader and Acrobat programs.  There has been a vulnerability discovered in Reader and Acrobat that is being “actively” exploited.  Luckily for us, there have not been any reports of attacks through Flash, so you have no reason to freak out immediately.  Adobe plans to release a update for Flash on Android November 9th to fix the exploit.  

This isn’t the first time we have seen one of these advisories and we’re guessing it won’t be the last.  At least they are as proactive as they can be with these announcements, right?  Welcome to the unfortunate world of internet hackory.

Source:  Adobe
Via: PCMag

  • The350zWolf

    With Adobe stuff, this is business as usual…

  • pezjono

    I so sick of Adobe and all of their buggy software. How many exploits have been found over a simple PDF reader? Flash is more advanced, but still, there are a ton of exploits that have been detected that they are constantly patching. No software is perfect, but you would think they would figure it out…

    • AnDroidSepTIX

      Soon as you patch one hole another is discovered.

      • pezjono

        Seems like that is how software is now. Release buggy code that shouldn't be released and patch it as hackers do the work for you!

        • ABerry5

          your probably the guy who whines over something never coming out

          btw I love my flash player for being a first version

  • Kostonkiddo9

    First 😀

  • most unfortunate..i bet it's the goons over at apple.

  • Mmmmmmmm

    mmmmm.. Tasty!