Suszter published technical details of his Flash find today.
The patched versions of Flash Player for Windows, Mac and Linux can be downloaded from Adobe's website. Windows and Mac users can also wait for Flash's automatic updating tool to kick in. Users of Google's Chrome and Microsoft's IE10 on Windows 8 will receive the newest Flash via those browsers' own update mechanisms.
Android 2.x, 3.x, and 4.x users who installed Flash Player before Adobe pulled the plug-in from distribution must jump through hoops to update the software. For details, check out this post by Computerworld blogger Michael Horowitz.
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