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Adobe Releases Critical Security Patch

Posted on 7.09.2014

There are currently more than 1 billion websites in the world today with 13.5 percent (more than 135 million) of them using Adobe Flash.

Adobe has announced a critical security patch for Flash and AIR (a cross-operating-system runtime that allows developers to combine different programming languages) that it has given its highest priority rating. The patch is meant to seal a hole in Adobe defenses that could allow hackers to take control over affected systems.

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A list of the systems that can be affected by the security hole are Windows, Macintosh, Linux, Internet Explorer (IE) 10 for Windows 8.0, IE 11 for Windows 8.1, Google Chrome (Windows, Macintosh and Linux editions) as well as Android and iOS systems.

To figure out which version of Flash you are running click here.

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