Malware peddlers are taking advantage of the fact that Adobe has pulled its Flash Player app from Google Play and decided to concentrate on PC browsing and mobile apps bundled with Adobe AIR, and have begun offering Android malware disguised as the aforementioned legitimate software.
Fake Flash update notifications are old news, but users still fall for the trick.
Russian Android users are constantly targeted with Trojans posing as legitimate apps.
As announced by Peleus Uhley, a senior security researcher within its Secure Software Engineering team, Adobe has outfitted the latest (beta) version of Adobe Flash Player with a sandbox.
A little over a year after the implementation of a Flash Player sandbox into Google Chrome, Adobe has announced the release of a public beta of its new Flash Player sandbox for the Firefox browser.
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