Adobe rushes out fast Flash fix for security flaw exploited by Pawn Storm hackers

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Something for the weekend from Adobe

Adobe has surprised everyone by rushing out a fix to a critical zero-day flaw in Flash, which is already known to be exploited "in the wild" by a Russian hacking group. The company had claimed t...

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