The new buzzword in flash memory is 3D. It stacks layers of storage cells vertically to create up to three times the capacity of planar (2D) NAND.
After patching one of the Flash zero-day security flaws last week, Adobe has finally issued a patch for the second zero-day flaw that could let attackers take over your computer.
A new zero-day vulnerability targeting Flash-based ads seen when browsing with Internet Explorer and Firefox is actively being exploited by cybercriminals - what can you do?
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Fantastic innovation that will relieve many organisations handling sensitive data. Thanks Stephen for sharing!
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So an article about nothing followed up with some bumbling rubbish about nothing.
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