'Disable Adobe Flash now': popular browser plug-in at risk in zero-day security flaw

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One week after Adobe fixed nine critical security flaws in Adobe Flash, a new exploit has emerged - and is already incorporated into exploit packs

A new zero-day exploit of Adobe Flash has been uncovered - just one week after Adobe released a patch to fix nine critical security vulnerabilities in its popular and widely used video player software....

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