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Adobe Flash Player

Due to its mul­ti­media fea­tures, Flash Player was used exten­sively in the past. The 31st December 2020 though saw the end of its era – with imme­diate effect, Adobe is no longer sup­porting Flash Player!

Funny ani­ma­tions, short clips, browser games, etc. – Adobe Flash used to be one of the most impor­tant tech­nolo­gies employed on the Internet. Over the past few years though, this soft­ware has increas­ingly fallen into dis­re­pute due to var­ious secu­rity problems.

Adobe has now pub­lished its very last patch for its Flash Player. As per its release notes, Adobe is no longer sup­porting its Flash Player with effect from 31st December 2020. It will also block the exe­cu­tion of any Flash con­tent in its Flash Player from 12th Jan­uary 2021 onwards.

We would urgently rec­om­mend you unin­stall your Flash Player imme­di­ately (if you still have it installed) to pro­tect your systems.

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