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92% of Flash users affected by 0-day hole?

Secunia released some interesting statistics last week; according to their numbers, at least 92% of the people using their PSI scanner that have Flase Player installed are running a version that is affected by the zero-day attack that was recently discovered. The real number might be even higher; they didn’t release combined numbers for users […]

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Adobe finally patches flaw in Reader, needs to update blog platform

Almost a month after admitting there was an easily exploitable buffer overflow in its Reader product, Adobe has finally managed to produce patches for Adobe Reader versions 7 and 8.

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Microsoft’s Silverlight used on YouTube

If the rumors about IBM buying Sun weren’t enough, this news should prove once and for we live in interesting times: Silverlight has made its way to YouTube. It’s used on the CBS March Madness channel, and the feeds themselves are not served by Google, but it is an interesting development nonetheless.

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