Adobe offers a list of updates across all platforms. We recommend all users install this update as soon as they can.
While it's good that Adobe prioritized the quick fix — it's pretty serious when you have a cross-platform exploit that can "crash and take control of the affected system" — you might choose to uninstall or disable the software anyway.
Adobe Flash has a history of being vulnerable to security threats, and this can be a major issue for you. You don't need Flash to view most web content anyway thanks to other standards for video and animation like HTML5.
If you use Adobe Flash, we definitely recommend you update to the latest version. Otherwise, this site shows a bunch of links if you want to disable Flash in every web browser you have.
LINK: https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/flash-player/apsb15-27.html (Release date: October 16, 2015)
A penny to a pound MS data centres are inevitably going to get hacked shortly, with the entire datasets of millions of users dumped for all to see and exploit. Then scream with helpless laughter as the OS cross-infects millions of machines running copies of itself with WiFi distributed malware.
Sit back with the popcorn and keep watching as the fiasco unfolds.
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