Flash Has Yet Another Flaw

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    Well this is very sad to say, but it seems Adobe has discovered another security issue with their Flash software. They wrote on their blog about this new security issue, and while it did not include much detail, they say they're working on a fix that will be out by the 7th of November.

    I guess this is what comes with greatness. The world of hacking software on mobile phone is becoming increasingly advanced, and it is nice to know that companies like Adobe are working hard to fix every little problem that might popup.

    So far we haven't heard of any massive attack on a phone using this software or even a virus that affects anything on your device, so you should feel safe that so far no one noticed the big flaw and they won't bother making a virus for something that should be fixed by November 9th.

    Any Adobe 10.1 users out here?

    News via: Mobilecrunch
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    I'm surprised :icon_evil:steve hasn't launched an attack at the Android OS over this.
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    Jobs was right.
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    Check out Skyfire, it can support way more flash than adobe flash player and it provides much smoother pinch zooming than the stock browser.