Adobe patched 13 code execution vulnerabilities in Flash Player today as part of its regular patch update cycle.
Microsoft followed Google’s lead and said it will soon block Flash Player by default in the Edge browser.
Adobe again released a security update for Flash Player, patching nine remote code execution vulnerabilities. Adobe Connect for Windows was also updated.
After a month without Flash Player security patches, Adobe today updated the software addressing 29 vulnerabilities.
Adobe rolled out patches for four vulnerabilities in Adobe Experience Manager, the first time since January its monthly patch release cycle has not included a Flash Player security update.
Starting next year, Firefox users who navigate to pages that contain Flash will be asked their consent before activating the plugin. The move, long expected, comes as developers seek to curb usage of Flash in everyday web browsing.
Google has announced that hacker-favorite Adobe Flash Player will no longer, as of Q4, be the default in Chrome. Instead, Chrome will default to HTML5.