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About a month ago Forbes announced that it’s site was hacked through a vulnerability found in Flash. The hack (zero day) would unleash it’s wrath (virus, etc.) to unsuspecting visitors of the site. Keep in mind, this was not just limited to Forbes. Adobe issued a fix but many people were affected beforehand.
Now another vulnerability has been detected in the Flash Player. Be sure you are running the latest, secure, version, which is 188.8.131.52.
Wonder how soon Flash will be just a flash in the pan?
I recently secured a few domains names for a new client (created a new account and put in her name). I did use my own email address for the contact record on file, just as a temporary measure.
Within 48 hours I received three solicitation emails offering web design services for the new domain(s) I had procured. The emails promised way too much (5 page website and hosting) for way too little ($150) A little research and all of these companies were sketchy at best. A…
A friend of mine called for help the other day because after she updated her Flash application, her computer was taken over. I’d heard of this virus earlier but did not know how to fix at the time. But, searching the Internet brought up this video, so I thought I’d share with you:
In his video he also mentions the HitManPro software. I’ve included a link to it as well, should you wish to purchase (a 30 day free evaluation if offered).
A small bit of advice for you. Whenever updating software, go the source site…
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