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Patch Adobe Flash now: Vicious exploit could steal your personal info

Patch Adobe Flash now: Vicious exploit could steal your personal info
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Most computers users have Adobe Flash installed on their computers. That's why it's so important that you install a patch that blocks a leak that could lead computer hackers straight to your personal information.

Click here to make sure that you're protected from this dangerous security threat.

You might have already seen an invitation to update that Adobe pushed out earlier this week. That's because Michele Spagnuolo took some time off of his job as a Google security engineer to write RosettaFlash, a ready-to-be-weaponized program that could potentially be used to access your sensitive information.

RosettaFlash exploits the way that Flash Player interprets code. The program allows plenty of room for invalid commands that can actually be used to redirect your personal information from its intended destination to a database owned by the hacker.

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