"Adobe, which has spent the last few years trying to dig out of a deep hole of vulnerabilities and buggy code, is making a major change to Flash, adding a sandbox to the version of the player that runs in Firefox. The sandbox is designed to prevent many common exploit techniques against Flash. The move by Adobe comes roughly a year after the company added a sandbox to Flash for Google Chrome.
"Google today introduced a new beta version of its Chrome Web Browser which extends its sandboxing technology to include the Flash Player plug-in. "Sandboxing" technology is a method of isolating an application from the rest of the operating system and tightly controlling its resources." | more
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