Topic: adobe flash player

SD Times news digest: Bugsnag’s Releases Dashboard, Google’s PageSpeed Insight, and an Adobe security update

Bugsnag has launched anew Releases dashboard designed to provide teams visibility into their releases. Bugsnag is an error monitoring solution for web, mobile and server apps. This new dashboard will also enable development teams to put out releases faster and more often, according to the company. It has a crash rate indicator to show the … continue reading

Oculus reveals Carmel developer preview, Google’s plans for HTML5, and Segment teams up with BigQuery—SD Times news digest: Dec. 12, 2016

Oculus wants to bring web content and technologies to mainstream VR devices. The company announced a developer preview of Carmel, a new solution to build for the VR web without a VR-supported browser. “Starting today, you can build experiences for all of these users, and also test them in VR using Carmel. As new devices … continue reading

Adobe releases Flash security update

For anyone out there still using Adobe’s Flash Player, the company has just announced a significant security update. According to an Adobe security bulletin, the patch addresses “critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.” In total, the company found 23 security loopholes, as well as reports of … continue reading

Adobe is working on a fix for Flash, Arduino 101 is announced, and Nintendo begins distributing SDKs for the NX—SD Times news digest: Oct. 16, 2015

Adobe has put out a security advisory for its Flash Player. According to the company, there is a critical vulnerability in the plug-in affecting Adobe Flash Player 19.0.0.207 and earlier for Linux, Macintosh and Windows. The vulnerability has the ability to cause a crash and let a hacker take control of the system. The vulnerability … continue reading

Mozilla blocks Flash in Firefox

More and more tech companies are piling on the “Occupy Flash” movement as Adobe’s Flash Player continues to be beset by publicly known security vulnerabilities. Mark Schmidt, Mozilla’s head of Firefox support, tweeted that the company has officially blocked Flash in all versions of Mozilla Firefox. He clarified that the block will only remain in … continue reading

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