Adobe-flash

It is no secret that Adobe Flash is full of bugs and security holes. But despite the development of HTML5, it still does not go away. Now, the newly appointed chief security officer at Facebook, Alex Stamos calls on Twitter for swift action to kill Flash.

“It is time for Adobe to announce the end-of-life date for Flash and to ask the browsers to set killbits on the same day.” says Stamos on Twitter.

While Facebook still has to rely on Flash for much of the video content, the social networking using also HTML5. Google, meanwhile, already automatically converts Flash ads to HMTL5.

The problem lies in the fact that Adobe itself seems not feel happy to recognize that securing in the Flash and abandon the product. The truth is however, that the company is likely to get the respect of many of the Internet community, if they take such a solution than to trust in faith that they will succeed one day to make Flash more secure to use. Currently, it seems the only ones who are happy with Adobe Flash are hackers.

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