Macromedia Flash Update Prompts an SF Rant
A newly released version of Adobe's Macromedia Flash Player fixes at least two security flaws in the program that more than 200 million people have installed on their computers.
Security vendor Fortinet released two advisories calling attention to the vulnerabilities, one of which it said could let bad guys hijack your browser and possibly your computer if you were to merely browse a Web site that took advantage of the flaw. Security Fix - Brian Krebs on Computer and Internet Security - (washingtonpost.com)
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