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New Adobe Flash Vulnerability Lets Hackers Plant Malicious Software on Your PC

As long as Adobe's Flash Player plugin is still alive and installed on your personal computer, it will only cause damage to it. Adobe Flash is often described as a security vulnerability, as it it's full of security flaws and Adobe won't patch them as fast as they should.

New Adobe Flash Vulnerability Lets Hackers Plant Malicious Software on Your PC

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