Google patches Flash bug faster than Adobe

carkitter, Mar 20, 9:42am
Nothing surprising here. When the bug was announced Adobe's tardy patch routine meant the whole world was going to be vulnerable (yes, the vulnerability affects non-Windows platforms too, but only Windows is actively being targeted so far) until Adobe got it's A into G. Now Google have ensured that at least 10% of internet users can breathe a sigh of relief. Go Chrome!
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/03/18/google_chrome_update/

carkitter, Mar 21, 9:42am
Nothing surprising here. When the bug was announced Adobe's tardy patch routine meant the whole world was going to be vulnerable (yes, the vulnerability affects non-Windows platforms too, but only Windows is actively being targeted so far) until Adobe got it's A into G. Now Google have ensured that at least 10% of internet users can breathe a sigh of relief. Go Chrome!
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/03/18/google_chrome_update/

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