Beware! More Adobe Flash zero-day exploits discovered
Jul 13, 2010 Adobe confirms Windows 8 users vulnerable to active Flash Adobe confirms Windows 8 users vulnerable to active Flash exploits Baked-in Flash Player in Windows 8's IE10 won't be updated until late October, says Microsoft. By Gregg Keizer. Flash Plugin - Keep it up to date and troubleshoot Flash works in Internet Explorer or Chrome but not in Firefox. There are three different types of Flash Players: an ActiveX version for Internet Explorer, a Chrome version built into the browser and a plugin version for Firefox and some other browsers. If you want Flash to work in Firefox you must install the plugin version, as explained above. Update on removing Flash from Microsoft Edge and Internet
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New Flash zero-day exploit bypasses browser, infects via Jun 08, 2018
The Angler Exploit Kit uses this zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Flash to install malware onto a computers and targets the latest version of Adobe Flash (version 22.214.171.1247). Simply visiting a compromised website can install malware onto a machine via the exploit. There is no action needed on the users’ part to become infected.
Flash will not be disabled by default from Microsoft Edge (built on EdgeHTML) or Internet Explorer 11 prior to its removal by December of 2020. Flash will be completely removed from all browsers by December 31, 2020, via Windows Update. Group policies are available for enterprise admins and IT pros to change the Flash behavior prior to that date. Despite Decline in Use of Adobe Flash, Vulnerabilities Apr 17, 2018