Adobe whacks Flash users with 23 security patches

Security experts recommend either disabling Flash entirely or making it ‘click to play’ in browers.
By Graeme Burton
Adobe has released a batch of 23 patches intended to fix a slew of critical flaws in both Flash and Shockwave players – if anyone out there is still using Shockwave.
Eighteen of the 23 flaws, grouped under the APSB15-23 vulnerability identifier, can potentially be exploited by hackers to execute malware, although Adobe claims not to be aware of any exploits circulating in the wild taking advantage of the flaws (yet).
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