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Adobe pushes emergency Flash fix after researchers find bug that tells you you’re screwed

April 8, 2016 - Uncategorized


Adobe’s Flash is notoriously buggy – never good news for its one billion users across Windows, Mac, Chrome and Linux – now the company’s pushed an emergency patch after researchers found what they think is the first talking hack. The RANSOM_CERBER.A ransomware has been buried in ads on bad websites and when clicked, encrypts all of your data and issues a demand of up to $1,000 to give you your files back. The slightly bored computer-generated woman, recorded over at Trend Micro, explains: Attention! Attention! Attention! Your documents, photos, databases and other important files have been encrypted! Trend Micro says you should never pay cyber ransoms,…

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