Latest Adobe Flash vulnerability allowed hackers to plant malware
A group called BlackOasis used it to breach networks in over a dozen countries.
Flash was useful, but developers are glad it’s on the death march
And they say it's still pervasive enough to warrant an extended phase out.
Homestar Runner is back with a few laughs before 2016 ends
‘A lurid tale of underwater intrigue and underwater pants.’
Apple will deactivate Flash by default on Safari 10
If the browser encounters Flash, it will ask if you want to switch it on.
Adobe warns of 'critical vulnerability' in Flash
Adobe has found a 'critical' security vulnerability in some versions of Flash for Mac, Windows and Linus. There's a fix on the way, but it won't arrive until next week.
Malicious ads on major websites held users' files to ransom
A widespread attack has exposed millions to malware that holds files to ransom. The campaign, whic...
Daily Update for October 24, 2013
It's the TUAW Daily Update, your source for Apple news in a convenient audio format. You'll get all...
Safari blocking outdated Flash plug-ins due to security holes
Adobe recently issued a security update for Flash Player which patches an exploit that gave hacker...
BBC Media Player to give Android users their iPlayer fix in a mostly Flashless world
Remember how the BBC was asking Adobe to keep Flash for Android on life support for a short while?...