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‫ Apple blocks older, risky Flash plug-ins, forcing you to upgrade


Number: IRCNE2014072249
Date: 2014-07-12

According to “cnet”, Mac users who browse the Web via Safari won't be able to access Adobe Flash-enabled sites unless they upgrade their Flash Player.

In an advisory issued Thursday, Apple said that people with out-of-date versions of Flash who try to view Flash content in Safari may see an error message such as "Blocked plug-in," "Flash Security Alert," or "Flash out-of-date," preventing them from viewing the content.

On Tuesday, Adobe issued a critical update for Flash Player to fix a security hole that could allow hackers to steal the cookies used to authenticate users on many popular websites. But people can be lax about updating their software, so sometimes forcing a security update is the only way to keep us from running into trouble.

Safari users who receive a message about Flash being out of date can click the Download Flash button to upgrade to the latest version. Flash users can learn more about the security update and find download links to the latest version at Adobe's Security Bulletin page for this issue.

Related Link:

Adobe issues security fix for Flash Player



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