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Stop me if you’ve heard this before, but hackers found a way to attack you via Adobe’s Flash Player, a content platform that just refuses to die.

The new vulnerability is of the zero-day variety, which means all Flash versions are affected, including the latest releases for Linux, Mac, and Windows. The best way to protect yourself against it would be to uninstall it from your machine for the time being. Also, you might want to consider keeping it uninstalled even after Adobe releases a patch for it.

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