Adobe Flash Player 19 Update Comes With Almost 80 Fixes

Adobe Flash Player has received many new updates in the last four weeks. This looks like a desperate move from Adobe, as the company already knows that its Flash Player will most likely die in the next 1-2 years.

Adobe had to make these fixes a long time ago, as there are already big companies that decided to ditch the Adobe Flash Player and adopt HTML5. The new Adobe Flash Player update comes with 79 fixes and we’re pretty sure that this is the last patch that this application will receive until the end of the year.

Unfortunately, this new update doesn’t solve all the issues that these applications, but it solves some of the critical issues that had to be fixed fast. With other words, you should update your Adobe Flash Player right away, as this update fixes many issues that this application has been confronting with for quite a while.

According to Wolfgang Kandek, the chief technology office at Qualys confirmed that three of the vulnerabilities that were just fixed have allowed hackers in the past to gain code execution running under the users in the browser.

We remind you that flash based attacked are one of the favorite ways for hackers to gain access of your device. According to Chris Goettl, product manager at Chris Shavlik, the APSB15-32 is “a priority 1” update for Adobe Flash Player that resolves 78 vulnerabilities. Goettl added that this new update patches a big amount of number of code execution vulnerabilities along with a few security feature bypass vulnerabilities.

At the same time, Google has released an update for its Chrome browser, which includes security fixes and support for the new Flash Player version.

It seems that Adobe is trying desperately now to make its Flash Player more secure. Unfortunately for them, the Adobe Flash Player will probably be used by fewer and fewer users and HTML5 will take its place.

Adobe Flash Player Version 11.1 Plugin Download Available for UC Browser

UC Browser is one of the best browsers for smartphone devices. At the same time, this browser supports Flash plug-in, which is great for making sure that you will be able to play any flash content that websites have.

After installing Adobe Flash Player in the UC Browser, you will notice that you can download and manage videos very easy. At the same time, the users are able to see the web pages on their mobile devices just like they are seen on the PC.

We agree that a good amount of pages have already ditched the Adobe Flash Player in favor of the HTML5, but there are still lots of web pages supporting Adobe Flash Player and it will take a few years until a good amount of web pages will ditch this player and adopt HTML5.

We agree the Adobe Flash Player still has a lot of issues, bugs and errors, but since there are still many web pages supporting it, there is no point uninstalling it from your browser. So, until HTML5 will be used by a good amount of websites, we suggest you to install the Adobe Flash Player 11.1 Plug-in on the UC Browser.

Using Adobe Flash Player on your browser you will be able to stream videos online, play flash games and more. If you use Google Chrome, don’t mind about this plug-in, as you don’t need it on that browser, but if you use any other browser, this plug-in is surely necessarily.

It is good to know that the flash crashes that are common with Mozilla Firefox will happen very rarely on UC Browser or Dolphin, where flash generally works very smoothly.

HINT: Adobe Flash Player 11.1 update is available for smartphones that run on Android 4.0 or previous versions, as the support for this plug-in has been discontinued for earlier Android versions.