- Desktop Runtime (Win/Mac/Linux)
- Google Chrome (Win/Mac/Linux/Chrome OS)
- Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11 (Win 10 & 8.1)
How to Protect Yourself?
- Uninstall Flash if you do not need it.
- Grab and install Adobe’s update as soon as you can. If you uninstalled Flash as a precaution, do not reinstall it until the new version is out.
- Until a patch is distributed, it is recommended that users remove Flash Player, avoid opening suspicious emails, and keep anti-virus programs updated.
- As a best practice, we recommend that users reduce their exposure to vulnerabilities by turning off any plugins or extensions, which they do not use on a regular basis.
- It is recommended that users refrain from using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser and use Mozilla’s Firefox browser instead.
- The best way to stay protected right now is to uninstall Flash until a fix becomes available next week.
- Note that just turning off Flash in your browser is not enough – that prevents Flash files embedded in web pages from rendering inside your browser, but does not remove the Flash playing software from your computer as a whole.
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