As reported by Krebs On Security:Adobe on Thursday issued a critical update for its ubiquitous Flash Player software that fixes three dozen security holes in the widely-used browser plugin, including at least one vulnerability that is already being exploited for use in targeted attacks.The latest update brings Flash to v. Show More Summary
Please update Adobe Flash. Your Flash Player is out of date.
Imagine if the world were filtered through the home screen of a smartphone. Picture opening your eyes to an image overloaded with headlines and messages. Notifications no longer buzz, they flash before you. “Warning,” the display blinks in the lower right, “your bank balance is low.” This is the...
Intel Security has recently seen a new kind of ransomware–Zcrypt—that can self-replicate. This “virus ransomware” arrives via email in a malicious attachment or by usurping an Adobe Flash Player installation. The malware copies itself onto removable drives to infect other machines. Show More Summary
A huge hit in Japan with a fervent American fanbase, the Capcom JRPG franchise Monster Hunter is exactly what it sounds like; in a world full of giant monsters, players known as Hunters team up in Guilds to kill them for fun and profit. Capcom is pushing Monster Hunter hard in the West. Show More Summary
CZ Ronaldinho has always enjoyed the flash lifestyle. All the more now that he’s in semi-retirement. The somewhat tragic story of Ronaldinho is well-documented: the two-time World Player of the Year could have gone down as one of the all time greats, but a lack of professionalism and love for partying cost him longevity. And despite […]
Since the discovery of the Android banking Trojan SpyLocker, Intel Security has closely monitored this threat. SpyLocker first appeared disguised as Adobe Flash Player and targeted customers of banks in Australia, New Zealand, and Turkey. Show More Summary
Malware cached in ads on sites such as CBS.com, DailyMotion.com and MLB.com can be evaded by patching Adobe's Flash Player plugin.
The four remaining teams in the NBA conference finals are loaded offensively, but none would've gotten this far without a defensive backbone. Brush aside the flash and the glitter of scoring, and the players who do the dirty work appear. More...Show More Summary
Google plans to switch off Adobe's Flash Player by default by the end of the year; 10 websites will be exempt
Adobe's Flash Player will be switched off by default at the end of this year, meaning Chrome users will need to actively turn it on for all but a handful of top websites.
Adobe releases yet another emergency patch for its beleaguered Flash Player software, which you may want to just disable permanently.
Tom Brady who?! Rob Gronkowski is practically every football fan's favorite player off the field, and now we understand why. It's because in addition to having a ridiculously over-the-top personality and disarming good looks… the New...Show More Summary
US Eden Hazard, who plugged you in? The Belgian has had a very poor season by his high standards – he was last season’s Player of the Year, no less – but he’s shown flashes of what he’s truly capable of in recent weeks. Chelsea fans will just be lamenting and wondering why it took him […]
We have a wait to become protected against the dangerous exploit, though.
It’s not exactly a news flash, but the annual Golf.com anonymous poll of PGA and LPGA Tour players makes it clear that winning a gold medal at the Olympics just doesn’t make the cut when compared with winning a major title. PGA TourShow More Summary
Last August, 19-year-old football player Hunter Osborn was standing in the bleachers to get his photo taken with his teammates for the yearbook. In an impulsive moment, Osborn was dared to expose himself. And he did, popping out his penis to poke above the waist of his pants. Show More Summary
As if jocks weren't already overexposed in high school… A high school football player in Mesa, Arizona flashed his penis during a team picture that somehow went unnoticed by school faculty — until it hit the yearbook! According to reports, Hunter Osborn told police he was "dared by a football teammate" to expose himself for the photo [...]
A 19-year-old high school football player in Mesa, Ariz., has been hit with 69 counts of misdemeanor indecent exposure after school officials discovered he had flashed his genitals in a yearbook photo, CBS News reports. Hunter Osborn also has a felony charge of furnishing harmful items to minors after he...
I uninstalled Flash Player on my computer, now that most sites no longer need it. Adobe's Flash Player is still bundled with Chrome, so I had to disable it from the chrome://plugins/ page.One of the only Google services that still requires Flash is Google Play Music, but only if you don't use Chrome or Internet Explorer 11. Show More Summary