Archive for the tag "adobe"
I realize I have been a wee bit silent on the blog (not counting my replies in the comments section). This was due to private issues that drained the desire for social interactions. Nevertheless there was quite a bit of activity on the Slackware packaging front. So, what new stuff? First of all: yesterday, Adobe […]
This month’s security update for the Flash Player plugin shows that the player has moved to a new major version number: 26. Time to upgrade, folks – in case you still need Flash on your computer. The new version is 18.104.22.168 for both the PPAPI (Google Chrome and friends) and the NPAPI (Mozilla Firefox and friends) based plugins. You […]
I do not post every security update in my repository, but let’s do one again for good measure and to keep y’all sharp and focused. There’s a new security update for the Flash Player plugin which was released by Adobe earlier today. Check here what version (if any) of the Flash plugin your browser is carrying. Version […]
Adobe has released security updates for their Flash Player plugin today. Version 22.214.171.124 is now available for both the PPAPI (Google Chrome and friends) and the NPAPI (Mozilla Firefox and friends) based plugins. Note that these 24.x Flashplayer releases do not support DRM or hardware acceleration as Adobe first wants to focus on security. As always, Slackware packages for these […]
Adobe has silently been developing an updated version of their NPAPI based Linux Flash Player plugin for a while. Remember, NPAPI is the plugin protocol used in Mozilla compatible browsers, for which Adobe was supposedly not releasing any new developments. Instead they only incorporated security fixes to their stone-age version 11 of the Linux player during […]