We all know that Adobe’s Flash Player is one of the most vulnerable programs that hackers try to exploit. It has issued a patch that addresses 21 critical vulnerabilities.
Taiwanese based ASUS computers have settled a case with the US Federal Trade Commission regarding security flaws in its routers.
The urgent advice out there today is to update Flash, because it is constantly being hacked, but you’re better off deleting it - while still enjoying all the Flash you want - and keeping your Mac and PC fully updated at all times.
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