Adobe finally responds to claims of North Korean hackers exploiting Flash zero-day for TWO MONTHS

Nicholas Fearn
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The best fix for Adobe Flash security flaws is to uninstall it

Hackers linked to North Korea have been taking advantage of an Adobe Flash zero-day flaw since November - but the software company has only just got round to issuing a warning about it. Cyber se...

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