We know that Google was one of the first few developers to address the zero day expoit in Flash in their Chrome browser, but that left plenty of other people out there who do not use Chrome vulnerable to a potentially dangerous exploit. Good news then – Adobe has announced that they just rolled out an update for their Flash Player, where it will vanquish the critical security flaw once and for all, preventing attackers from using that exploit to gain control over one’s computer or Android OS-powered device. This patch will bring the Flash Player to the latest version, so users on Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, Solaris and Android platforms ought to make that update soonest possible. Have you done so already?

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