Adobe Flash Player 11.3.300.257

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  1. Daveski17

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    Adobe Flash update 11.3.3000.257?

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    Re: Adobe Flash Player 11.3.3000.257

    https://blogs.adobe.com/asset/2012/06/inside-flash-player-protected-mode-for-firefox.html
     
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    Re: Adobe Flash Player 11.3.3000.257

    So glad I never have to think about flash again with IE10, feels like using Chrome again! Now just need Firefox to get on board.
     
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    Will IE 10 run in Win 7? If so, will it run without flash, or will that be reserved for the several dozen people who actually buy Win 8?
     
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    Yes and no idea.
     
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    Re: Adobe Flash Player 11.3.3000.257

    Great to see. When you consider that the most exploited applications are Java, Flash, and Reader and now Flash and Reader have strong sandboxes it's really not looking to good for Java users.
     
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    I need Java (OpenOffice). Java should get their act together. I don't consider myself particularly vulnerable running Java.
     
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    I thought you only needed Java for macros?
     
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    Quite possibly, but I'm not that paranoid about keeping an up to date Java version. How vulnerable can I be?
     
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    A Microsoft report showed systems running MSE dealt with JAva exploits 30-50% of the time. So I'd recommend EMET.
     
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    I've noticed today I started getting DEP messages from EMET when closing Firefox. It mentions plugin-container.exe. I am still trying to figure out if it is the Flash Player update.
     
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    Well, as soon as I find out what or who EMET is, I'll look into it. ;)
     
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    Some info, unless you were joking... http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2458544
     
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    EMET is the first thing I install after installing Windows.
     
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    OK thanks. I had a vague notion of what it is. It looks a tad complicated for me. I'll have to investigate further. :doubt:
     
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    Yes, but you know what you are doing. ;)
     
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    I just updated Adobe Flash Player and I get Adobe Flash Player.exe restriction pop ups now in Sandboxie. I'm have it set up in sandboxie so only firefox.exe can start/run and access the internet.

    This never happened with the previous version of Adobe Flash. Is it safe to add adobe flash to the restriction list in Sandboxie? or is they a way to make it work like before?
     
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    Hmmm, seems like I've fixed the problem by adding flash player plugin.exe to the start/access restriction list. Can anyone else confirm?
     
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    Yes, all very interesting, but this probably doesn't equally apply to OpenOffice. I used to have LibO as well as OO on my desktop PC, until the Document Foundation decided that you couldn't run both. I have a portable version of OO on the C-Drive now as a back-up, just-in-case. You know what I think of LibO. I won't install or run it again, even if it never needs Java.
     
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