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With Safari 10 on macOS Sierra, Adobe Flash will be disabled by default when browsing the web

Alongside various new features (Siri, Auto Unlock, Apple Pay) coming in macOS Sierra, Apple’s next major desktop operating system, it also ships with the brand new version of Safari, Safari 10. Safari 10 introduces a major change in the way the browser handles plugins. In short, proprietary plugins like Adobe Flash will be disabled by default when browsing the web.

This means that websites will serve modern HTML5 representations of content as often as possible as they will not be able to detect an installation of Flash at all. Safari is smart however — it will allow you to enable Flash temporarily on demand …

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June 14th

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Act surprised: There’s a new zero-day Flash exploit you need to fix right now

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Flash zero-day vulnerabilities are a dime a dozen these days, so you won't be surprised to learn there's another one  in the wild. Microsoft and Adobe have independently found two distinct zero-day vulnerabilities for Internet Explorer and Flash, respectively, which means it’s time to update Windows and Flash. Apparently, exploits exist for both that allow for remote code execution.

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Chris Smith

May 11th

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Spider-Man’s Role In Civil War Is Way Bigger Than We Expected

What four major female roles is Black Panther looking to cast? Gal Gadot discusses the dark tone of Wonder Woman. Bryan Singer talks Jean Grey and Scott Summers in X-Men Apocalypse. BBC America’s Dirk Gently show casts its female lead. Plus, new pictures from Arrow and Flash, and a new Agents of SHIELD clip. Spoilers Get!

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April 11th

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Another month, another Flash vulnerability … Adobe issues emergency update

Less than a month after a critical Flash vulnerability allowed an attacker to take control of a Mac, Adobe has issued an emergency update for yet another critical flaw. The latest one is already being exploited by ransomware that encrypts Windows PCs, but while there’s no known exploit for OS X as yet, Adobe says that the same vulnerability exists on all platforms, and users should update immediately …

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Ben Lovejoy

April 8th

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The Flash Movie Could Co-Star Another DC Movie Superhero 

Fox denies those recent New Mutants rumors. Peter Capaldi drops hints about the new Doctor Who companion. Game of Thrones will return to a tragically familiar locale. Plus, new teasers for Warcraft and Preacher, and a Sabrina the Teenage Witch reboot could be on the cards. To me, my Spoilers!

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April 4th

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Yet another “critical” Flash vulnerability allows an attacker to take control of your Mac – fix available

Adobe has announced the latest in a long line of “critical” Flash vulnerabilities, allowing an attacker to take control of your Mac. The same vulnerability has been found in Adobe AIR. The company has released updates for both, which we recommend you install immediately.

Adobe has released security updates for Adobe Flash Player.  These updates address critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.

Adobe is aware of a report that an exploit for CVE-2016-1010 is being used in limited, targeted attacks.

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Ben Lovejoy

March 11th

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Sylvester Stallone May Have a Role to Play in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

You’ll have to wait a little longer for the new Star Trek show. Ben Affleck talks Batman v Superman and his solo Batman movie. Don’t expect to see Black Panther’s homeland in Civil War. Plus, what’s to come on Lucifer, Gotham, and Sleepy Hollow, and even more Iron Fist casting rumors. Spoilers Now!

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March 10th

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Google’s Banned Flash From Display Ads

Another nail in Flash’s coffin : Google has announced that it’s going to stop supporting the plugin in its pervasive AdWords and DoubleClick advertizing services. Instead, companies will have to use HTML5.

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Jamie Condliffe

February 10th

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Google’s Banned Flash From Display Ads

Another nail in Flash’s coffin : Google has announced that it’s going to stop supporting the plugin in its pervasive AdWords and DoubleClick advertizing services. Instead, companies will have to use HTML5.

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Jamie Condliffe

February 10th

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An internal 128GB iPhone storage upgrade? Only at the Shenzhen market… [Video]

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You can get just about anything at the Shenzhen market in China, and that apparently includes an on-the-spot internal storage upgrade for your iPhone (in addition to a long list of counterfeit Apple products). It’s a service that, save for perhaps the most hardcore DIYers, is unheard of stateside.

Apple charges a $100 premium each time you bump up to a higher capacity iPhone, but at the Shenzhen market this third-party upgrade costs only around $60 to go from a 16GB model to 128GB. The 128GB iPhone model would normally be a $200 premium over the 16GB model retail price, and that’s not accounting for the fact you’d also have to purchase a new device. You can also get an upgrade to 32GB for $20 or 64GB for $35. 

The process takes around 30 minutes and sees a Shenzhen market employee taking apart the iPhone and replacing the device’s internal flash storage with a new 128GB chip from Toshiba. And all of the device’s storage is transferred to the new chip, so you don’t lose any data in the process and can continue using the device with everything intact from before the upgrade.

The upgrade apparently works for iPhone 6, iPad Air and older devices with around 50 upgrades per day done at the Shenzhen market alone, according to the full video below courtesy of local company BeSound.

And not surprisingly, getting this type of upgrade from a third-party will completely void your warranty with Apple. But — Shenzhen aside— we aren’t holding our breath for seeing a similar service become popular stateside, as Apple will likely not be too happy about an unauthorized third-party cracking open iPhones, voiding warranties, and undercutting its lucrative margins on flash storage in the various iPhone models.

For the rest of us there are great external storage add-ons for iPhone that can be a solid solution for those running out of space. Lightning to USB thumb drives— like the one Hyper recently showed off at CES— is one way of getting some extra storage while on the go. And there are versions that accept microSD cards if that’s more your style.

Check out the full video of the upgrade being performed below:


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Jordan Kahn

February 3rd

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