Keeping Browsers Safer: Adobe Puts Flash for Firefox in a Sandbox

Keeping Browsers Safer: Adobe Puts Flash for Firefox in a Sandbox

siliconfilter.com
Love it or hate it, but Adobe's Flash plugin is likely one of the world's most widely distributed pieces of software. Give it's popularity, it doesn't come as a surprise that Flash is also popular with hackers, who do their best to exploit flaws in it. Chrome and Internet Explorer...
Keeping Browsers Safer: Adobe Puts Flash for Firefox in a Sandbox
                                       

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