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Security update for Adobe Flash Player for Android now available

Security update for Adobe Flash Player for Android now available

by Zack NebbakiJune 15, 2011

Adobe just released another security patch to its Flash Player, making it the second update this month. Adobe claims that there was a “critical vulnerability” within last week’s update which brought the Flash player version up to

Apparently a memory corruption issue (CVE-2011-2110) can make your device crash and make it prone to malicious attacks leading you to totally lose control of it.

A critical vulnerability has been identified in Adobe Flash Player and earlier versions for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Solaris, and Adobe Flash Player and earlier versions for Android. This memory corruption vulnerability (CVE-2011-2110) could cause a crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system. There are reports that this vulnerability is being exploited in the wild in targeted attacks via malicious Web pages.

So there you have it, we suggest that you update your Flash Player as soon as you can. You can manually check for the new update, to build number, directly from your phone or by using our link below.

via Adobe

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Zack Nebbaki
Zack has always been a fan of anything with the tag "Gadget" on it, he has had used almost every phone brand except for the Palm and owns a OnePlus One, Moto 360 and a Nexus 7. His favorite camera is the Olympus EM-1. He is a full-time father of two great boys and happily married to his wife. Did we mention the Zack loves Video games? Add him to you circles: Google+

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