Adobe Works with Microsoft to Announce the Release of a set of Security Updates for Flash

While the list provided by Adobe this morning and detailing the list of operating systems and web browsers covered in the update, the list which was initially published this morning was conspicuously missing any details around the Flash Player for Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8. Not more than an hour later the reason surrounding the apparent miss became apparent and that’s because Microsoft had dibs on the announcement of the availability of the patch for Windows. This update was dubbed SA 2755801, the details of which can be read at the Microsoft Security Response Center Blog. Read the full story here.



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