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Cybercriminals take advantage of Android Flash Player gap on Google Play

Lucian Constantin | Aug. 27, 2012
Cybercriminals are trying to capitalize on Adobe's decision to stop distributing Android Flash Player to new users via Google Play.

Users who missed Adobe's deadline and still want to install Android Flash Player don't need to go looking for it on third-party app stores and other websites that they don't trust.

The latest version of the software is still available in Adobe's official Flash Player archive and can be downloaded from there. However, users who install it this way will not automatically receive future updates for critical bugs that Adobe will release via Google Play to existing users.

 

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