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Secrets discovered when USB was plugged into library computer; data unencrypted.
On October 10, 2017, Kaspersky Labrsquo;s advanced exploit prevention systems identified a new Adobe Flash zero day exploit used in the wild against our customers.

The exploit was delivered through a Microsoft Office document and the final payload was the latest version of FinSpy malware. We have reported the bug to Adobe who assigned it CVE-2017-11292 and released a patch earlier today.
DC finally enters cinema's modern superteam game on November 17.
With Adobe having just announced its end-of-life schedule for the Flash rich Internet plug-in, a petition has been posted on GitHub encouraging the company to make the Flash source code available under an open source license.The petition, posted on web developer Juha Lindstedtrsquo;s GitHub account, says open-sourcing Flash would be a good solution for keeping Flash content alive for archival purposes. “Flash is an important piece of Internet history and killing Flash Player means future generations canrsquo;t access the past.

Games, experiments, and websites would be forgotten.” The petition adds that the idea was “not to save Flash Player but to open source Flash!”To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
With Adobe having just announced its end-of-life schedule for the Flash rich Internet plug-in, a petition has been posted on GitHub encouraging the company to make the Flash source code available under an open source license.The petition, posted on web developer Juha Lindstedtrsquo;s GitHub account, says open-sourcing Flash would be a good solution for keeping Flash content alive for archival purposes. “Flash is an important piece of Internet history and killing Flash Player means future generations canrsquo;t access the past.

Games, experiments, and websites would be forgotten.” The petition adds that the idea was “not to save Flash Player but to open source Flash!”To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
And in some parts of the world, the end will come even sooner.
At ATX Television Fest, execs discuss why familiar franchises keep hitting small screens.
Amazon Prime Day is the first of the flash sales days this year taking place on 11th July. A warm up for the Black Friday/Cyber Monday carnage, some might say.The foundation of all great sale shopping is to compare prices between different shops. A time consuming process if you’re going into one shop followed by another, but the birth of the internet and ecommerce has made this extremely easy.Follow these five top tops from PriceSpy... Source: RealWire
This 4GB USB drive from Centon is just a little over $3 right now -- so cheap that Amazon won't ship it on its own.

But if your cart totals $25 or more, toss in some of these sticks right now for dirt cheap.

The flash drive is built with a sturdy aluminum housing, works on both PC and Mac, and is a cheap & simple way to move files around.
It's listed on Amazon as an add-on item, meaning its cost prohibitive to ship on its own, but if your cart totals $25 or more, take advantage of this deal and get yourself 4GB of portable storage for a whopping 81% off its typical list price.

The sticks right now are listed for just $3.33.
See this deal on Amazon. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Kaspersky Lab is currently tracking more than a hundred threat actors and sophisticated malicious operations in over 80 countries.

During the first quarter of 2017, there were 33 private reports released to subscribers of our Intelligence Services, with IOC data and YARA rules to assist in forensics and malware-hunting.
Flash Seats Mobile App for Android,version 1.7.9 and earlier,and for iOS,version 1.9.51 and earlier,fails to properly validate SSL certificates provided by HTTPS connections,which may enable an attacker to conduct man-in-the-middle(MITM)attacks.
Microsoft has released an old-fashioned Security Bulletin, MS 17-005, which shepherds a handful of patches for various versions of Windows.

The patches, all called KB 4010250, implement the Flash Player fixes contained in Adobe's APSB17-04, which fi...