Updated 25 May, 2013, 6:56 pm IST
Adobe for Android gets an update
| by Padmini Harchandrai |
Adobe may be killing Flash for mobile devices soon and going HTML5, but it seems, they will not give up till they give it up. The company's released an update to Flash for Android, bringing with it some security fixes, including critical memory corruption, stack overflow and buffer overflow vulnerabilities. The update is version 11.1 and is recommended for all users. Another example that Adobe won't give up on Flash for mobiles till they give it up; Senior Director of Product Security and Privacy Brad Arkin tweeted, "Adobe will continue to ship security updates for Flash Player mobile after the final feature release”.
Well, maybe a little more Flash before no more Flash
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