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.
After having added a sandbox to Google Chrome last year, Adobe has announced the release of a public beta of its new Flash Player sandbox for the Firefox browser.
A slight variation of a previously designed clickjacking attack that used a Adobe Flash vulnerability has once again made it possible for website administrators to surreptitiously spy on their visitors by turning on the user's computer webcam and microphone.
There's a new Mac OS X Trojan in town, and it masquerades as a FlashPlayer.pkg installer, warns F-Secure.
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