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    Security holes

    SECURITY HOLE FOUND IN FLASH

    A security hole in the way Macromedia's Flash player handles ActiveX content could allow an attacker to run the code of their choice on vulnerable systems, according to a security advisory published by eEye Digital Security late Thursday. Macromedia is offering a new download of the player which fixes the flaw.
    The vulnerability affects the Flash.ocx ActiveX component of the Flash player version 6 revision 23, and may affect earlier versions as well, Aliso Viejo, California, eEye said in its alert. The Flash.ocx component is installed with Internet Explorer, as well as with the Flash player, eEye said.

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    See this is the time that I wish I knew about programmming....damn the devil!
    Beware the quiet ones...

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    The biggest truth:
    To be evil isn't not good.
    It's not good to destroy, don't see crackers as heroes, but some hackers only.

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    Why see destruction? See it as constructive engeneering...(sorry for spelling)
    Beware the quiet ones...

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    Oh ,yeah i forgot except crackers there are also and hackers.

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