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11-14-2012, 04:44 PM #1
Google Mentions Chrome Web Browser Packs Improved Flash Player Security for Mac Users
It isnít hard to point out that Adobe hasnít had the best time when it comes to providing reliability for its Flash player on Apple-made devices. The situation was so far from where it should have been that Steve Jobs even took the time to write some thoughts about it a few years ago. Fortunately, Google can proudly say that Adobeís Flash Player is more secure than it has ever been before Ė at least on Chrome.
According to Google, working closely with Adobe since 2010 helped find ways to improve the security aspects of the famed Flash plug-in, noting that some of the most recent enhancements can now be found in the latest Stable release of its Chrome browser. Basically a novel plug-in architecture is used, allowing Flash to run ďinside a sandbox thatís as strong as Chromeís native sandbox.Ē
One thing to note is that the Flash plug-in improvements found within Chrome arenít just for Mac users. Google has mentioned Adobeís player is now fully sandboxed on Windows, Linux, and of course its own Chrome OS as well.
Have any of you Chrome users noticed any improvements?
11-14-2012, 05:59 PM #2
What I know, is that after buying myself a Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, I ended up selling my iPad 2... Damn it feels great to use Flash and watch the web as it should be. Don't take me wrong, I am a huge fan of Apple, having multiple products myself, but being able to use a tablet and watch internet as I want and not as I am forced to, it feels great...watching all those sports, movies, etc in streaming flash, is great. Exactly what I needed. And the Android 4.1.1 is much more stable as well. Sorry Apple, but in terms of tablets (not phones), i say goodbye...
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11-14-2012, 06:40 PM #3
Flash is nearly out of date.
11-14-2012, 09:25 PM #4
11-15-2012, 07:56 AM #5
Flash is irrelevant these days although is (for now) far more secure in terms of providing support for the live streaming of videos (web cam feed, etc) than html5 alone and also provides drm (although I've heard there is some kind of drm in the works for html5)...
11-15-2012, 11:12 AM #6
11-15-2012, 02:50 PM #7
Oh yes optical drives are pretty much done for.